City Express Tuxtla Gutierrez
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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A nice layover in México City, and an hour flight to lovely little airport in Tuxtla, about 80% of the plane (EMBRAER) was filled with Brazilian math professors... a 40 km ride into town. and here we are... resting.
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... kept wabbling it! Went into a river cave - really cool could go inside, really pretty. Then walked a bit more and chilled and ate food. Then he took us walking along river, really pretty, didn't know where we were going, chilled with nice view over valley and sang songs. we were hoping to visit other caves but Eric was taking his time and getting stoned! Wandered for quite a while then came to mamut caves, was ...
After a pretty good nights sleep we got ready and headed out into the city to spend the day looking around the various parks that tuxtla is known for. We first looked for breakfast, we walked around the main square looking for good place to eat, there are not a lot of cafes or restaurants around the main square, the ones that are don't look that great or there is street vendor food which we don't really like to eat because it sometimes doesn't react ...
... all that activity we decided to spend the next day just chilling out in Lanquin - we walked around the village and then went tubing down the river in the afternoon with some local beers just to finish the day off nicely. It had been far too long between bus journeys (...) so the next day we hopped on another shuttle and headed for Antigua. Although we arrived on a Saturday afternoon, we really weren't too keen on going out so after a quick ...
... where the women ( we didn't see evidence of any men) were weaving and waiting to greet us. Led by the mother the daughters who had one of her grandchildren strapped to her back. After explaining the way the family lived we then went into the "kitchen" where one of the daughters was preparing food over an open wood-fire. Whatever chimney arrangements there were didn't seem to be working because the atmosphere was eye-watering. We were each given ...