Fiesta Inn Tuxtla Gutierrez
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... was not really excited about anything, but once we saw the crocodile and got into the beautiful canon she was just as excited as me. After about half an hour to 45 mins we arrived at the Amiku adventure park, deep in the Sumerido canon. We first went into the bird Avery where we are able to handle Macaws and a spider monkey. I didn't think Bobbie would do it but she did, with both the monkey and macaw, she looked pretty scared the whole time, but did it and felt good for doing ...
... every hotel we've stayed at has cost more than the quoted price, they add a 18% in taxes that are not included in the quote but this hotel was more that 18%, it's pretty annoying because we book hotels by our budget and even when we think its going to be cheaper it's not. From now on I'm going to use the local currency (pesos) when I book so I can show them the quoted price and argue with them, because in the past ...
... town and some yummy local food we got an early night. Jim played tour guide on Sunday and took us on a walking tour of Antigua which is another beautiful place with cobblestone streets, quaint architecture and a kind of European feel. In the next post we will continue our Guatemalan activities (we are almost in danger of getting fit!) and the start of our Mexican adventures - the land of tacos, tequila and siestas (most likely in that order). Jim and Sian ...
... one the local church is named after), and Zinacantán meaning 'land of bats' in Nahuatl.
It's population is predominantly Tzotzil Maya, and a mix of Mayan, Aztec and mestizo. Before the Spanish conquest Zinacantecos bartered with Aztec merchants using goods they produced (mainly salt, then later also cocoa, coffee and tobacco).
When European missionaries arrived to ...
... point to the Sumidero Canyon. Our room in the hostel was the nearest thing to a cell I hope I ever experience, but having said that it was immaculately clean, with comfortable beds, and a minor miracle, really HOT water. The first hot showers we have had in Mexico.
Our first full day here we went by bus to San Cristobal de las Casas which is 2,100 metres high. It is a Spanish colonial town so the buildings reflect the traditional Spanish style with ...
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