Holiday Inn San Cristobal - Espanol
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... but that it has been patented by some company in the U.S.A - figures! After this we went to a French restaurant which we´d read great things about online. Our lunch was outstanding and I´m now a huge fan of French food. Stuart ordered the duck ravioli served with muchroom sauce and I had a leek and potato soup served with freshly baked bread and butter. Both were incredibly rich in a really luxurious way and we were glad of the artichoke ...
Today involved travelling by the local bus company ADO from Palenque to San Cristobal (2600 metres above sea level). This is a 220km trip but takes close to 6 hours because we are climbing in the mountains and the road involves many switch-backs or hair pin bends. Unfortunately we could not take this route due to what are termed protests in the mountains. The rebels were meeting with the police and military and the bus company would not use this route. Instead we took ...
... in Tulum, put on porn in a hostel!) - wandered through town, really nice fruit market, to collectivo stop - first proper experience in sideways sitting collectivo! Very bumpy but entertaining but I felt pretty rough. Seemed to get out in the middle of nowhere, wandered up a road for a while but came to beautiful park, called arcotete park, very green, had to walk across draw bridge, I was ******** myself ...
... with its’ cobbled streets and colourful one-story house with terra cotta roof tiles. Young people from southern Europe and many from Argentina have moved to the city, to join the recent tourist gold rush. –That, mixed with the regional produce means there are countless places cooking up very good food from their respective nations (let’s not forget the amazing ...
Coming to San Cristobal de Las Casas (SCDLC) was quite a difference to Mazunte and Puerto Escondido as it lays much higher and therefore it's much colder here. And it rains a lot more. The city is also the most touristic that we have seen so far, full of foreigners everywhere. In contrast to that, there is a lot of poverty here and it can be seen on every corner of the street. There are children selling clothes, chewing gum and even cigarettes and they are ...