Fiesta Inn Tuxtla Gutierrez
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Quick pit stop in the biggest town in Chiapas. Very quick I'd say. Can't wait to get out of here although my host is very very very nice. Thanks ivett for hooking me up. Tomorrow or day after back to work. Destination: San Cristobal area. Actually reeeeeewind: I'm staying a couple of extra days. Some nice stuff to visit around ...
... manager came out and I told her the same thing, she went across to the girl who took the order and talked to her, I could tell the girl was getting upset and pleading her case saying I asked for ocho. It was all a big misunderstanding, obviously it was both hers and my fault, due to the language barrier I might have said something wrong, but seriously, who would eat 36 strips plus a large meal. My money was refunded and the ...
... down the river and came to the highest point of the canyon where it juts outs 1000 metres from the water and goes 200 metres under. The most special part of the tour was seeing the Christmas Tree waterfall, one of the most spectacular sites we have seen so far. Tomorrow our Mexican adventure continues with an early bus ride to Palenque for some more ruins in the jungle and to test Jim's limited Spanish out a bit more. Jim and Sian ...
... to where all the action was. The town square was a short walk away from our hostel and on the way there's lots of beautiful colonial style buildings, it's a very cute town to just walk around. We just spent the day looking around at the markets which were pretty impressive and going to nice cafes. The next day we didn't do much at all. We walked up to one of the cathedral which looked awesome from down the street and then when we got up to it, it wasn't ...
... was slightly disappointed at the lack of wildlife - 2 crocodiles and a few monkeys in 2 hours. And lots of birds of course, though none particularly interesting. The scenery was impressive, but I think I'll see similar but more beautiful scenery in New Zealand.
After that I headed back to San Cristobal for my night bus to Oaxaca. And then, after two near misses, fate finally caught up with me. I accidently left my hat at the hostel :(