Holiday Inn San Cristobal - Espanol
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... and cam! The whole fambam on a Saturday morning. It was great! So nostalgic though haha. Just relaxed and then got ready for a night out with live music. Washed my hair finally haha. We went to a bar not too far away and had guacamole, the whole group came except Janet (or 'that nan' as ash and I refer to her as). After dinner and a couple drinks people started leaving, and it was just Daniel, Jodie, ash and I. We were drinking mojitos and vodka tonics and sangrias, actually at ...
... through to the Sumidero Canyon. This natural wonder is about 30km long and is a natural fissure in the earth. After lunch we took a fast boat ride on the Rio Grijalva to the end of the Canyon; unsurprisingly with all this water and as commitment to sustainable energy, it is a hydro-electric plant. The boat ride took about two hours and was well worth it. The entry into the Canyon forms part of the coat of arms of ...
... and shops appeared to be doing good business. If anything this looks more of a tourist town than several others and with much more of a distinct cafe culture here. Dare I say, it even looks quite cosmopolitan - I did notice French and Lebanese restaurants.
I had been warned by several people that it gets very cold at night in San Cristobal. T-shirt and shorts are fine during the day, but it's time to pull out the fleece and long pants for the ...
The overnight bus from Mexico City ended up taking about 15 hours, but strangely (and luckily!) didn't seem to take anywhere near that long. Once we arrived in San Cristobal we made our way to where we are staying for the next 2 night - Iguana Hostel. It is soo nice! Downstairs are the dorms and a courtyard garden with hammocks and wall murals, upstairs there is an open terrace seating area with views over the town. ...
... that they had put her in a van. From that moment she was in a panic and never really thought clearly, merely following the orders of the voice on the phone. She was not allowed to hang up and was only allowed to make one phone call from a public phone which they were monitoring on her cell phone, which she had to keep on. She could only think of one person who had cash available in that instant, and called me. When I heard that Xiuh was in danger, and saw ...