Diego De Mazariegos
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... tortillas over a wood fire and then tasted them served with a pumpkin seed powder which was very tasty. On arrival home Stephen wandered around the city soaking up the ambience of the place including market stalls, live music, coffee shops restaurants and bars. An eclectic and quite unique experience. Tonight we watched live theatre showing the history of Pakal (king of Palenque) at Teatro "Daniel Zebadua". Having visited the historical sights and with the ...
... making a beautiful canyon with water 80 metres deep and hills a 1000 meters high, quite spectacular. In a recess in the rock is a little shrine, the famous Lady of Guatalupe. She gets taken down to different fishing villages for religious ceremonies, once a year in November. We saw quite a few crocodiles and the captain of the speedboat went up so close that even we were nervous!
We took a collectivo (minibus taxi) 15 pesos ea to the village of San Juan Chamula. ...
... else). After an amazing breakfast, we set out to one of the two chapels set on opposite sides of the town, Santa Guadalupe and El Cerrillo. Each chapel is set on hilltops so it’s a great place to view the town.
It's really hard not to fall in love with San Cristobal de Las Casas. The weather and climate are ideal and the Spanish colonial town ...
... to stay in Mexico City so straight off the plan I headed to the nearest bus stop and somehow managed to get there 15mins before a bus to Veracruz left... City on the coast sounded good enough to me... Not my best idea to date. Veracruz was a pretty average place, my first inclination was when the hostel staff wee asking me "What are you doing here?" And not in a happy way... More like a "what did you stuff up to end here" kind of way. So in hindsight I ...
... about these waterfalls, this is one part of Mexico I've been dying to see. I don't think I've ever seen water so crystal blue. The waterfalls are quite intimidating but so unbelievably beautiful. We pay an extra 30 pesos ($3) to go to a higher, more secluded area to get some better photos and to go for a dunk. It's fresh! But so ******n beautiful. After a while of swimming around, I'm cold, but I still don't want to get out. I wish I could take the water with me... On ...