Hotel Casa de Guadalupe
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... all the shop keepers took one look at the size of his feet then shook their heads laughing. It seemed we had no chance! However whilst we were going from shop to shop I managed to find myself a couple of colourful tops to replace some of the less practical ones iīd brought with me. Then later on while looking through the market near the hostel i also bought myself a lovely hand made belt to go with my new tops. I usually canīt be bothered ...
... today included two indigenous villages. Both Mayan but with different religious aspects. The first village, San Juan Chamula, was very traditional and we had to restrain our photo taking. We entered the village via the cemetery where a ritual was taking place and then down into the main square dominated of course by the church built in 1524. The church while Catholic based had many saints in glass cabinets along the walls. There is not a service but people go ...
Our minibus came to pick us up at 9am and we excitedly set off for our speedboat tour of Sumidero Canyon. As we drove through the mountains we could really appreciate how high San Cristobal is as we were above cloud level!
When we arrived we were given some rather fetching life jackets to wear that were far too warm for the heat, however once we set off this quickly changed as we ...
... of meat with a giant stack of made in-house tortillas that we got to watch being made (as I write this and your mouth is watering, I can only assume that it was some sort of paradise that Michael has envisioned in his head on many occasions). We retired back to the hostel for some relaxation (aka hammocks, "Hammocks are like giant nets for catching lazy people" - Jim Gaffigan) and to iron out some of the wrinkles in our upcoming plans. ...
... but they are high on partying, and it seems that every bar, restaurant, and coffee shop, no matter how small, turns into a dance floor after 10pm. I went to Revolution bar with a couple of new friends from the hostel - an American embassy worker, and a confused college student from Barcelona - to have some good Cuban food and listen to live music. It was a great vibe, and the energy (and mescal) kept us up til the ...