Holiday Inn San Cristobal - Espanol
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Corinne that I was chatting to at the hostel revealed that she had exactly the same problem and recommended setting up an account with a new email provider. Good idea. I try to use the hostel computer, as I also suspect that as my ipad is the one device that is seen to be trying to access these various accounts, it is probably causing half the issues.
After half an hour of trying at the hostel, I gave it up as a bad job. The poor ...
... at speed for the road, us in between. Mexican's will overtake anywhere.
Arrived San Cristobal early evening had researched a couple of hotels to look at if we could find them. Parked in the centre and went on a search, there is quite a selection, some in restored 16th century houses. Parking is ...
... kept wabbling it! Went into a river cave - really cool could go inside, really pretty. Then walked a bit more and chilled and ate food. Then he took us walking along river, really pretty, didn't know where we were going, chilled with nice view over valley and sang songs. we were hoping to visit other caves but Eric was taking his time and getting stoned! Wandered for quite a while then came to mamut caves, was ...
... for sacrifice in the church. They believe that they can pray to clean the soul of the sick person and transfer the disease into the chicken, once the chicken's neck is broken the person should be healed. We saw a chicken in there and I didn't want to stick around to see what would happen to it.
The last stop on the tour was a cemetery. The colour of your cross is dependent on your social status - married people = black, old maids = green, old bachelors = blue, ...
We arrived in San Cristobal and I was instantly in love!! It was so quaint, so colonial not too dissimilar to Oaxaca but I think I loved it even more. Gorgeous cobbled streets, pretty little shops & colourful bars and restaurants were everywhere to be seen. Our hostel Rossco's (thanks for the tip Fi cuz) was lovely, right in the center of town. We spent the day just settling in and looking around. The following day we had booked a tour to see two neighbouring villages so we could ...