Hotel Casa de Guadalupe
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... statues of saints, as if they were Hindu gods. Being backpackers, we were too tight to pay for a guide so had no idea why any of this was happening. On our return to the city we had a tour of Na'Balom, the best named museum in the world. It's in the house of the Bloms, an architect and social reformist who championed the rights of the Lacandon Mayans, the only group not to be conquered by the Spanish as they were so deep in the jungle. We had a tour and learnt ...
... find a place and then place candles on the floor which they light and then talk to the God. There is pine needles on the tiled floor. To complete the rituals fireworks are let off in the square. Gunpowder is rammed into a steel tube or a rocket is held in the hand and lit. Of course no pretty display but a huge bang. They are not connected to the pope and Rome as the religion is a mix of the Mayan and Spanish Catholicism. Polygamy is allowed. The community ...
Must complete the list today what's not done gets left!!!
A day spent updating blogs putting pictures on Facebook and calling home.
Wifi has been a big issue so found it better in the coffee shop in the town square so for the cost of a cappuccino we sat for most of the afternoon watching the world go by and getting our emails done.
We need to move on.
... what this all means. We wander around and look at the various goods they produce. I am amazed at the work that goes in to the goods and the patterns they produce on them.
We are then invited to try pox (pronounced posh) (liquor used for ceremonies). I decline cause of my tummy pains but Hinesh downs one with the group. Its is 20% alcohol and quite strong. We are then told about the wedding customs. Once the girls reach 14 and boys reach 17 they are ready to be ...
San Cristóbal de las Casas is situated in the middle of the highlands here is Mexico's richest example of indigenous culture as it ...