Holiday Inn Tuxtla Gutierrez
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... nightclub by night! We were introduced to Mezcia, a smokey tequila/whiskey hybrid. It was vile! After some shots were given to us that tasted like mint chocolate ice cream and cherry cordial, much more to out tastes! After dancing to Mexican music we put on 'Timber' for them, the locals didn't seem to impressed! All to soon it was time to call it a night as we have to be up early for our Sumidero Canyon Tour ...
... snaked just out in the open, Bobbie was not coming in and told me to go, slowly and cautiously I walked in, I couldn't see any snakes and the man was ushering me in. The small area ended up having 4 different types of pythons, at first I was scared but most of them were all just hanging out in trees, except for one that was on the ground which the handler picked up with the snake pole and put in a tree, I didn't hang around in there long, I got my photos and got out of ...
... we had air con in our room. The streets all run one way and are pretty skinny so there is traffic everywhere, there are no traffic lights so the system seems to be you let one car go at an intersection then you go. That afternoon I got a hair cut and got a color to put in after dinner. We went to a chicken restaurant similar to a KFC or legs and breasts for dinner, then had a chilled out night watching tv and coloring my ...
... when one of the locals came and told me to put my camera away.
One of the horsemen (the oldest and dodderiest, it seemed) climbed onto his saddle (supported by a couple of younger chaps) and put up something on a rope. I wasn't quite sure what he was doing and the crowd gave constant advice when the rope wasn't level. I came to the conclusion that this must be all part of the tradition because on the basis that they've been doing this ...
... in the underworld. When we started walking towards the second village, it started raining quite a bit, and I learned that my raincoat isn't waterproof at all. We had to walk down to the village via a small forest path, which by now looked more like a small river than an actual path. In the village we were welcomed inside the home of some of the locals and we ate some chicken soup there. We were also shown some traditional clothing, ...