Hacienda Don Juan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... online about demonstrations that have been held there over the years. This set-back ended up working in our favour as it meant we would now be leaving for Palenque on the same day as Alex and Clancy. That night one of the hostel owners pals came round to cook us all a curry for a nominal contribution of MX$25 per head to cover ingredients. The curry was so tasty and the chef, Han, followed it up with a pub quiz for us all to take part in. ...
... were back in San Cristobal, we returned to Funky Burritos to sample some of their legendary cuisine as a late lunch with Rachel and Kelly. We were all starving and the burritos were only cooked 2 at a time but they were definitely worth the wait! After we had finished, the owner Lal brought us over another one of the shots that tasted like mint chocolate ice cream - delicious!
... de Las Casas seem surreal…or maybe it’s the lack of sleep.
The usual dilemma of arriving early morning on a night bus means you can’t checkin until much later, we desperately want a shower! Semi-delirious, we go out for an organic breakfast. The mountains around San Cristobal are highly fertile and perfect for growing coffee (and ...
... uncover it in the future I can come back and be that annoying old guy that smugly tells everyone "I was here when nobody else knew about it. Nope, not a tourist in sight when I was here. Just me and a lost city. Yep." But that would be a decade or so away, so I climbed back down and headed off to the city for one last night of partying...tomorrow I say adios to Mexico, and break into Central America.
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... all kinds of interesting places. There is even a very active chess club here, something I was missing in Playa, and several salsa classes to choose from. A week ago my housemates invited me to a Temazcal (sweat lodge) ceremony being held in the wooded hills in the mountains that surround the city. My second since arriving in Mexico, I was able to connect to the womb of the mother and sweat out my troubles, cleaning and purifying myself for the new phase I was about to ...