Fiesta Inn Tuxtla Gutierrez
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... we saw a baby crocodile pretending to play dead so it could eat one of the vultures that was edging itself nearer and nearer. The tour lasted about 2 and a half hours and cost $200 each, well worth a visit if you're ever in the area or touring through Mexico! They also showed us how they use hydroelectricity to power the town which was very impressive, unfortunately the whole tour was in Spanish and Kike found it hard to translate that part of the tour. After the tour ...
... it's not massive and does not have big touristy stuff - we would definitely recommend this as a stop over to anyone in Mexico! We really just spent the day wandering the streets, shopping a bit (super cheap!) and lying in a hammock reading books- really not much to complain about. We have popped a couple of photos on here of the cute little town- including Isaacs dinner which cost a total of $5 NZ (crazy- because it was really good too!) :) Amanda & ...
... to do the flying fox over the canon. After a quick dip we went to the first part with the canon flying fox, I'm not good with heights but I wasn't going to chicken out, I got the harness on and the guy took me for a trek over to the other side of the canon. It took probably 15 mins to walk as quick as we could over, once we got there the guy hooked me into the large cable that run out between the trees over the canon back to the park entrance area I had left Bobbie to film ...
... band were playing & a little restaurant that had been recommended! I have a new food to tell you about nom nom nom - it's called chilaquiles con pollo & is a bit like naxhos but so much better! These fried corn 'chips' with creamy tomato sauce, 2 types of local cheese & chicken, then a spicy sauce to drs mmmmmm - heaven!! On the way back I found a street market - where I will have succumbed to buy things by the end no doubt! Then back at the ...
... they must know how to make the rope level!
The doddery bloke got tired.... but eventually it was as required by the crowd and he got back into the saddle with a great flourish and picked something which looked like a jousting stick from another of the horsemen, rode up and whacked the thing hanging from the rope... and then they all rode off. It was all very confusing and we walked back to the minibus for the drive over to Chamula...