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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... We had chosen this restaurant at random and had a fabulous meal, including the best Creme Brûlée I have ever tasted.
Spanish colonial architecture is very evident in San Cristobal de las Casas. It is a very clean city with many cobble-stoned streets, some of which are pedestrian only. I would have liked to have spent at least another (free) day in San Cristobal de las Casas as I didn't have time to go to the amber and jade museums or to just walk around the ...
... 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 ...
... 1000s of candles lighting the inside of the church. Shamans dressed in white were walking and observing everything. No photos allowed!! Some time ago they caught a tourist holding a camera on his side, taking photos secretly. They wanted to hang him from the cross outside! Lucky for him, he was saved, needless to say, we did not take photos. We might have landed up as one of the chickens.
Next day we went to Palenque, one of the most important Mayan historical sites in ...
... in the morning! Some other teams still hadn't arrived! The following day we heard that one of the teams had collided with a cow. Fortunately, they weren't badly hurt but their car was quite badly damaged. It has been repaired as well as possible, but a new door and windscreen have been sent for and will hopefully arrive soon. This was not one of our best days so far, but the hotel in San Cristobal was ...
... temples rising out of the jungle. I loved every minute of it. I guess we all travel to see and do things we can't do at home... And canyons I can do back home (even if they are a bit of a trip to get to). Today (Sunday 13th), other than the ruins this morning, which were spectacular, today has been one of the less glamorous traveling days... After seeing everything I possibly could (and a few things twice) at the ruins I was back in Palenque at 11am... 12 ...