Camino Real Tuxtla Gutierrez
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... from what I could understand is they need a big enough group to leave on the boats so we had to wait. We waited 45 minutes while a big tour group of business men gathered, eating finger food and drinking a drink that looked like muddy water, being entertained by xylophonists and dancing girls. Eventually they had all arrived and we piled into the tour boat and made our way down the Sumerido canon. The Sumerido canon is a famous tourist destination in the Chiapas region of Mexico, ...
... late afternoon and chilled for a while watching tv with the air con to cool us off. That night for dinner we walked right down the central ave to see what we could find, we found some good taquerias, but didn't feel like Mexican, instead we went to a Chinese buffet that was pretty cheap and the food was surprisingly good. That night, while I was going to the corner shop to get an ice cream I got asked by an attractive lady who spoke fluent english who ...
... due to recent activity we weren't allowed to go any higher. Where we got to was impressive enough though with an intense contrast between the jet black ash/dirt and the vivid green of the few plants that have managed to grow since the last eruption in 2010. There were some seriously hot vents in the volcano and we ended up roasting marshmallows for breakfast! Although we were exhausted when we got back to Antigua, we ...
... clement weather of San Cristobal. I stopped in Chiapa de Corzo and have to agree with the Spanish, Chiaps de Corzo is very hot and extremely humid. I visited the Sumidero Canyon bouncing in a speed boat up to the impressive dam. At its highest point the walls of the canyon stretch over 1000m. It is said that when the Spanish invaded some of the indigenous warriors jumped from the top of the canyon, into the river rather than surrender to the Spanish. Many Mayan ...
... of blue, purple and violet.
The flowers represent the area's main industry as most Zinacantecos make a living growing flowers and maize.
We visited the local market and Antonia's house, a house/women's co-op/ craft workshop where industrious Antonia and the female members of her family have opened up their home to show tourists like us (and my mum with whom I visited the ...
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