Crowne Plaza Hotel Tuxtla Gutierrez
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... ma presente.La eliminero' con la positivita' che sempre nutro ogni giorno,nonostante le varie cose negative che possono succedere.
Ottimo fermarsi e riorganizzarsi un po',sinceramente,ed ancora piu' importante,praticare le mie doti culinarie che poco a poco ritornano.
vabbuo',cmq,per adesso questo e'.Si ritorna a lavoro,sulle montagne circostanti San Cristobal de las Casas.Vediamo dove ci portera' sto fiume stavolta.
Vi voglio bene tutti.
... my order I asked for an 8 pack of chicken strips, which I said ocho chicken strips, ocho being 8, when she gave me the receipt the order was way too expensive for what we brought, I checked the receipt and she had put through 8x 8 pack chicken strips, that's 36 chicken strips, as quickly as I could I got a guys attention and told him I only wanted ocho piezes not ocho parcels, he went out the back but I think they were already ...
After our Sunday walking tour of Antigua we felt that we knew the place quite well so decided to only spend one more day there before heading further north. We made the most of this final 24 hours, starting the day with a 6am tour to Pacaya Volcano which was nothing short of amazing. After a short bus trip we hiked for about an hour to the base of the volcano at approximately 2400 metres. The volcano is actually 2700 metres ...
We arrived in San Cristobal at 6 am and had an address for a hostel. When the taxi dropped us off we rang the door bell 88 million times and there was no answer, hola, hola definiately no one was manning the door. Luckily we had an address for another hostel around the same area. A taxi drove past and we flagged him down. We showed him the address and he made some kind of hand gesture and then drive off, alright then no worries. We sat out the front of the ...
... trying to kill time! Anyway we got here:) on Monday we went to bed for a few hours and got up and went exploring the town. We had some nice lunch and began to feel human again! We stumped across a bus ticketing place, and after our hassle with the buses so far in Mexico, we decided to book our seats ahead for the Christmas period, to get to Oaxaca for Christmas and then onto Mexico city on Stephen's day. Ended up in an Argentinean restaurant, we had enough of ...