Fiesta Inn Tuxtla Gutierrez
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... basically a long but thin brown river that is cut through a beautiful mountain and cliff region. It's really breathtaking, the tour goes for about half an hour and along the way a guide talks, but due to only speaking Spanish we couldn't pick up much. We did see a crocodile on the bank of the river at the start of the tour just laying out in the sun, he was pretty big, when the guide spoke about the crocodile he mentioned Australia, from what I could tell he was saying the crocs ...
... was the manager to be in some photos that I assume would be for a website or flyer advertising the hotel, I accepted and sat with the manager and another couple around the kitchen area of the hotel chatting while a photographer took lots of pictures, also later while Bobbie and I were on our phones using the wifi on a couch in the foyer outside our room and the photographer walked past and took a few sneaky shots of us. Didn't do much else that ...
... 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 ...
... 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...
... also bring a chicken which the shaman then first holds above the candles and rubs around the person. It is then killed (by twisting the neck) inside the church, and later cooked and eaten by the 'sick' person. He or she then has to remain in bed for 5 days while the bones of the chicken are buried at the place where the traumatic event was experienced. The chicken is regarded as a replacement for the soul of the person, which ...