Fiesta Inn Tuxtla Gutierrez
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... in Mexico. After two hours on the boat we returned and were driven to the village. It was not very spetactular, so we only had a pozole soup for lunch and a chocolate banana for desert. A little bit later we arrived back at the hostel where we grabbed our stuff and headed to the ADO bus to continue our journey to Palenque. Another 5 hours, almost 6 hours in the bus driving through houndres of curves and over houndrets of ...
... up back at market place so seemed like a long walk and this point so tired! Was a fun day thought going somewhere random off beaten track. Annalena and and I bought food for palenque trip and dinner as too tired to go out. Also got bus tickets for Merida for Sunday evening. I then walked up to cerro de guadalupe to get view over city. Stupid photo connector not working on ipad anymore so spent ages gone ...
... more like a jungle with walking paths, the fence also had barbed wire at the top so you can't get in. As we got to the gate we saw it was a botanical garden, not a park, it was 5 pesos to enter. As we started walking around this jungle type garden, there was lots of bamboo and thick foliage, it also didn't look very well looked after. There was a lot of big insects and dragon flies, a guy in the shop sold us a nice smelling bug repellent made ...
After my posh hotel last night, I was back on the bus to San Cristobal de las Cassis - it had been recommended to me by a few people & is on the way to Cancun so to break up that journey I've stopped here for a few days. The bus was really spacious & the seats went really far back so I will definitely be able to sleep on the sleeper bus :). I was sat next to a little Mexican girl, who was very chatty & patient with my non Spanish lol! We drew ...
... made taco although not any of the other goodies which were bubbling away around the fire.
Of course the visit was capped off by some purchases of their wares and we then walked down to the centre of the community where everybody seemed to be congregating accompanied by music and fireworks. We were in luck - there was a FIESTA in full swing although it seemed to involve more hanging around than actually doing anything.