Hotel Casa de Guadalupe
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... When I got up I sorted my bag and laundry then got ready for dinner. I also haven't missed a day of my sit up challenge yet! We went to a taco place for dinner and I thought it was **** to be honest. However we did try fish tacos finally and they were pretty good, I can see the appeal. After that we got a gelato, some of that amazing 'native cacao' Mexican chocolate, and went to the supermarket to get things for our 11 hour day tomorrow. Heading to Guatemala! When we got back ...
We headed off on a collectivo and a bus from Palenque to San Cristobal. Once we arrived we immediately felt the temperature drop here. Being a bit higher in altitude, it was a nice feeling not to be sweating like a crazy person all the time. We liked San Cristobal immediately. It's not how I would visualise a Mexican city to look like. It's really modern with loads of cafe strips with hip cafes and bars that could be in ...
... that it is not necessary. Sure enough, when the bus arrives, he gives me the nod and I walk out and load my own bag, as I have done before.
One the bus I'm forced to ask one rather reluctant lady to move out of my seat. As we are fully loaded, we can't just select a seat at random. Turns out she is sitting in the aisle seat beside me.
She keeps smiling at me which is little disconcerting.
She looks a good bit older than me. I think. ...
... known as Chiapas. A large number of Chiapa people went into canyon and took up residence in caves. These were the rebels and would every so often attack the Spanish.
In 1535 - the governor ordered an attack on the rebels in the canyon and 2000 natives died in this battle. After this time there were still many local communities living in small villages scattered throughout the valley however in the 1980s a dam was built. This flooded the ...
... flatmate, Sergio says, generally Mexicans and Latinos all act as if they are in a soap opera, drama and intrigue), they seemed complex. (yes I know, women are more intricate and complex than men in general). I had noticed and heard that the men were very "macho", and my new (expat) friends in Playa had told me the women were the other side of the coin, jealous and manipulative. But Citlali seemed different. A gentle soul who was just going about her life ...