Hacienda Don Juan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on top of the Cerro (hill) de Guadalupe in 1834. We went inside for a look and on the main altar is a canvas painting of the Virgin of Guadalupe in excellent condition. In the side chapel there is a carved image of the Virgin dating from 1850. We then went back to the mall and Dylan did some gift shopping and we had a look at the small amber museum in one of the shops. We went back to Plaza 31 de Marzo as I wanted to see the cathedral. It was started in the 16th ...
... m feeling a little motion sickness again. Luckily the bus ride is not long before we reach our first village - San Lorenzo Zinacantan. We were told that we are going to visit with a local Mayan family… umm not quite the homely affair that I was imagining. We walk through a living room and there is a shrine there with the grandpa sitting on a chair. We are ushered through to the store at the back. As if on cue. the grandma comes to the weave while the tour guide speaks in ...
... streets dominate the city, maintaining a delightful provincial charm.
After an overnight bus from Oaxaca, it was free ...
... run hostel and were stoked to find that our Spanish held up enough to chat with them, sometimes understanding everything and sometimes just getting the gist. We had a look around town, had some delicious Mexican food for dinner and called it a night.
Our first full day in San Cristobal was absolutely amazing, full of things we'd never quite seen and done before. After a free cooked breakfast, we decided to explore the town. We climbed to ...
... the state. Legend has it as well, that at the highest point people jumped off to avoid slavery! It is also debated wether there was even any water back then. At 600m height, the depth of the water is 60m, and as the walls increase so does the depth. At the dam it is at its deepest at 250m! The dam was built so that boats could pass through because before the dam there was actually no water, and now there is 250m of it! Apparently it's one of the 10 biggest in the world. About half ...