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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... au chocolate type thing with a creme inside and oh my Moses it was astonishing. The next day was fascinating and weird in equal measure. We had a tour of the indigenous Mayan villages. The situation is similar to that of the native Americans in the USA- they have their own laws, tax system, judicial system and the Mexican authorities tend not to get involved. For instance, we walked through the central market and next to us was the jail! The guys would only be there for 24 hours but ...
... favourite city of the trip. It's a colonial city which has such a mix of Mexican people, from local Indians selling handicrafts to wealthy socialites mingling in the towns many trendy restaurants and bars. We explored the local markets and starting collecting bits and pieces which we have been planning to buy to take home. Our backpacks are stuffed, hammocks, pepper sauces, clothes and little bits and pieces for the house. It's always nice after a long trip like ...
... us that every day two tones of garbage are recollected from the river (!) So there is a sad side to this beautiful canyon as well :(
Oventic - Zapatista village
On our last day in Chiapas, we went to one of the zapatista villages called Oventic. It takes about one hour and 30 MXN to get there. Once there you have to register at the entrance and wait for an approval to enter the gate. Inside you're accompanied by one of the community members who ...
... 1 wife unlike the Chamula who allows many! Intermarrying between the Zinacantan and Chamula people does occur. They do get on well together.
The candles have 5 colours representing the 5 directions. The fifth direction (green) being to the centre.
The corn has 4 natural ...
... been so amazingly restored and has so much history - it was a great day.
The next morning we took a bus from Palenque to the town of San Cristobal de Las Casas. About 200 odd KM journey on a windy cliff side road, nothing like some of the roads we had previously travelled but unfortunately the little Posh London boy behind us wasn't as accustomed to windy mountainous roads and spent the entire 6 hours whining and throwing up! Delightful.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed