Holiday Inn Express Tapachula
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Nice place, next to a shopping mall that has food available.
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We've almost made it through Mexico. We're in Tapachula, located about 15 miles north of the border with Guatemala, and, unless something goes very wrong tomorrow, we'll cross over and arrive in Antigua, Guatemala, our destination, late afternoon tomorrow. Today's trip was fairly uneventful until the last 25 kilometers when we ran into heavy rain. …
... It was thought to be developed in this region, and probably at this site. The large pots were filled with water and each evening, the most sensitive men in the community of priests would use the images of the celestial bodies that were reflected in the pots of water to record the position of the planets and stars in the sky. The Mayan calendar was accurate and is comparable to the calendar we use today. The only difference was the lack of ...
... to say we were squished. There were three on the row beside us as well, including the partner of the one sitting with us (also large), so as the two bigger people hung off their respective benches, the aisle was completely blocked off. Yes, this is normal on chicken buses. We paid 66Q (approximately $10 CDN) and figured we could relax until we got to the border.
An hour and a half into the ride, we arrived in Reu, which was one of the destinations listed on the front of ...
... waters. The water levels rise and fall with the seasons, but has been getting higher each year. One good passing hurricane could raise the water by several meters. An interesting echo of my last few years in Duiwerivier, where I was flooded once, cut off by rising water twice, and lived with some trepidation when there were 3 day rain storms.
My new home will be 1 minute walk from the Las Piramides garden where I attent the kirtan sessions and play my new ...
... of death. The introduction of alien fish species has also decimated many local species of water creatures. There are now 300 000 people living on the lake, San Marcos being one of the smallest settlements, and there is great concern over the future of this lake described by many as the most beautiful lake in the world. There is also a very common complaint of parasites such as Giardia, and most visitors, including myself, come down with tummy ailments. ...