City Express Tuxtla Gutierrez
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
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We were up, fed, packed and ready to go to Amiku adventure park by just after 11am. We had to check out today so we left our bags at the hotel reception and got in a cab for the 25 minute cab ride to the Amiku reception area. We found the flyer in the hotel lobby and it was something I really wanted to do because it has Jaguars and Toucans, as well as massive flying foxes over canons, rock climbing and a pool. We got to the reception and it was a little unorganized, the man who ...
... across the paved ground, this chip was huge for the half a dozen ants carrying it over pavers and through cracks, in fact after we finished our sandwiches we watched them for another 10 minutes wondering where they were heading with the chip and how they would get it into the nest. After we got bored of that we headed back to the city, we looked through markets on the way back, then looked in shops around the city. Eventually we got back to the hotel ...
... travelled west to Rio Dulce and we travelled north to San Cristobal de las Casas in Mexico. After another early start, including a beautiful ferry ride across Lake Atitlan, we started our journey to San Cristobal. What was supposed to take nine hours ended up taking thirteen due to a couple of Mexican road blockades but it was a comfortable bus and we survived quite happily. San Cristobal de las Casas is an absolute delight ...
... first things I noticed was that outside the church there were a few different groups all dressed in very different costumes. One lot looked more North-African than Mexican, but another group was obviously Mayan. I was fascinated by their sandals.
I peeped inside the church which was all dolled up for the Fiesta. Amazing.
The band played on and on with a pretty repetitive tune and then four guys arrived on horseback. I was ...
... time has stood still for everyone here because it feels like you've stepped back in time. Or perhaps we had wandered onto on a movie set? This place is great for people watching! I felt like a giant stomping through the market amongst the tiny people. They look very much alike - square faces with dark brown skin tones, long and dark hair and deep-set eyes. They all seem very wary of tourists, or is it just us?
Locals are only allowed to marry ...