Hotel Casa Mexicana
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
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Gister maar een keer geen verslagje geplaatst. Het zou dan meer een rij-verslag dan reisverslag zijn geworden.De planning was van Villahermosa naar San Christobal de las Casas te rijden met een tussenstop bij Caņon de Sumidero en daar door heen te varen.'S ochtends op tijd vertrokken maar enorme vertragingen onderweg gehad en tegen de tijd dat we …
... flooding. We instantly and telepathically decided to go to the movies. Went for late lunch with the Koreans and Jodie. Had rice and a quesadilla. Again too much food. The restaurant was amazing though. Great food, cool atmosphere and decor, loved it. Went to the cinemas and watched maze runner 2! Best movie I've watched so far on the trip! It was so much fun and such a good movie. We got lost coming home when we realised we had no idea what ...
... the know apparently. As it was late an orientation tour was not possible. A Mexican Tourism Minister said that San Cris steals your heart. That is a big call for someone representing the whole country. From what we saw, I am sure however that the Minister is right. We met in the bar and walked up to the plaza where just about everyone in town was parading or seeking somewhere to eat. We went to a restaurant in a building ...
... products. Some of these are absolutely stunning, but as I've mentioned before, if you buy it, you have to carry it for the rest of the trip which is a real pity.
I also found a post office and went and sat in a cafe which specialised in hot chocolate (apparently the word chocolate is native to central America, as is tobacco and hammock) and wrote a few postcards before sending them off. Be interesting to see how long it takes them to arrive. The thing ...
... hostel and chilled in the hammocks in the garden.
That evening Josephina, who works at the hostel, was having an art exhibition in a cute little bar with live music, drinks and tapas. Her paintings were of traditional Mexican people and were being sold to raise funds to paint a mural in their village. After the exhibition we went with Rudi, Josephina, Han and some of their friends to Funky Burritos - a ...