Finca Hamburgo La Ruta del Cafe
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... Deb and I finish our business we fold the corners of the toilet paper back into a point. After some 10 days aboard ship he’s gotten to the point where you can see real concern on his face. Last night he left both Deb and I a prune on our pillow instead of a chocolate. At one point I’ll have to let him in on the joke as he’s really starting to look at me strangely every time we meet in the hall.
... got there snack. Today we had a lot of bonding with both the family, construction team, and the kids. We are already really not looking forward to not being able to say hasta manana (see you tomorrow) Side note- These posts are being written from my phone or Ipad but since my Ipad has suffered some trip injuries :( more my phone there may be spelling errors/grammer issues or things that just don't make sense. I'm sorry not the easiest editing ability. Love you ...
... the nearby town of Tapachula.
First up Izapa, an ancient Olmec and Mayan archaeological site. The site is situated on the Izapa River, near the base of the Tacaná Volcano. The settlement at Izapa extends over 1.4 miles, making it the largest site in Chiapas. The site reached its apogee between 600 BC and 100 AD with a population of around 10,000. Several archaeologists have theorized that Izapa may have been settled as early as 1500 BC. The ruins ...
... or broken roads is the norm but one town, Huictla, was really bad with m***********s up to 10 inches deep and hardly a flat section anywhere.
The driver of an 18 wheeler truck drove off the road on the wrong side and into a slip road also the wrong way. However, he misjudged the space, hit the side of thr bridge and ended up on his side. He didn't look too happy, hence no pic.
Stopped twice by the military and the wanted to see the inside of ...
... of granola, porridge oats, jam, peanut butter and oatmeal cookies. Sounds worse than it tasted, although something hot would have been greatly appreciated at the time.
Eventually the lads decided we should head up despite the weather still being cold, wet, windy and very cloudy.
It proabably only took about 30mins to go the last 220mtrs, with some bolder scrambling and rock climbing thrown in.
At the top the wind was serious. There were times you had to ...