Holiday Inn San Cristobal - Espanol
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... various christmas carols!! Inevitably I purchased a scarf that had been handmade by one of the locals, I can justify this purchase as I had misplaced my favourite scarf before flying out! The traditions in the churches are completely different to ours, the locals pray for the recovery of loved ones whilst lighting candles, drinking mescal (a local alcoholic beverage) and making offerings of chickens!!
On the previous visit to the market a number of the group ...
... steps up to church. Got a hot chocolate and tart - yum. Back to hostel took shower then met another lady in hostel Claudia from Austria really nice, then on way out 3 of us bumped into 2 guys one working at hostel robin I think, then another couple so 7 of us ended up going to coco liche for dinner then 5 of us went to watch guy staying and working in hostel sing and play his guitar in (non-alcohol) - we didn't realise til we sat down as ...
... Surprisingly cute for scaly, cold-blooded killer lizards. On the trip I realised I’d mislaid my camera, item no 2 for the trip and only 9 days in. I think I should start clipping everything I own on to myself whenever I leave the hotel, a bit like a living buckaroo. Luckily, the following morning it turned up at the hotel. Apparently in a rush to get out that morning I’d handily just left it on the side. ...
... saw some of our first Mayan ruins and also some wildlife in the form of black iguanas and an as yet unidentified snake. Speaking of wildlife, bizarrely during one of our meals Tracey saw a tiger cub being carried through the street and passed into a waiting car. After a few days in Cancun it was time to meet up with our group and get started on our Central America tour. Starting big, our first stop was the pre-Colombian Mayan city of Chichen Itza, one ...
... like 4-5 years old. Many of them also work as shoe polisher. It's really hard to see it and I would like to give them all something, but obviously you cannot give them all money. So we decided to buy some sweets at least and give them to the children every time they approach us and want to sell us something. It's not the perfect solution, but it's hard to come up with something as a tourist.
SCDLC is definitely a "coffee-city". There are small cosy ...