Hospedaje Esmeralda

Central Norte 14, Ocosingo, Chiapas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Central Norte 14, Ocosingo.
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    Travel Blogs from Ocosingo


    A travel blog entry by skyenichol on Oct 16, 2013

    13 photos

    The route to Ocosingo from San Cristobal was blockaded by the protests of the teachers, so the colectivo (public mini vans that have set routes throughout cities and between towns, leave once they are full, very cheap) had to go a different way. This added an hour to our trip, and made for a very uncomfortable ride along dirt roads, but meant we …

    San Marcos Vortex

    A travel blog entry by zendrik on Jul 22, 2014

    6 photos

    ... to be a test, and not only do you need to learn how to handle or adapt to the environment, but also how to live in a vortex of transformation, a cauldron of change.

    I don't know enough of the history of 'alternative healing' of San Marcos, but I was drawn here by it's reputation as a center of healers, teachers and yogis. I wanted to be among other people like myself, and possibly to be able to share my own knowledge with those who were seeking ...

    Mayan rituals, Saint's days and a 3 day trek

    A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Jun 28, 2014

    74 photos

    ... and a Mayan deity and is supposed to represent negative things, the theory being if you keep him happy then they won't happen to you. His effigy lives in the house of one of the brotherhood who look after him and he moves every year hence why you have to ask around to find him. Normally he receives offerings of rum and cigarettes (he even has his favourite brands) but as we couldn't find any rum (very odd as it is normally everywhere) we left a few cents instead. Again there is ...

    The lowest, the highest

    A travel blog entry by chris.wauman on Oct 09, 2013

    16 photos

    ... duh! - all dives were at altitude), Search and recovery (where are those coins?) and Peak performance buoyancy (swimming through hoops) - all also mandatory as no alternatives available...

    We had a wonderful instructor, Oli, and becoming neutral buoyant was more difficult due to the high altitude, but on the other hand... not much fish to see and visibility was on a good day only 5m... But as said before: we will ...

    Leaps and bounds....El Salvador to Gautemala

    A travel blog entry by katywade on Sep 05, 2013

    ... is 'kind of intense' you really should probably think twice about it. I was longing for some outdoors adventure and had heard of a hike in El Imposible that involved driving up to one of the highest points in the park, and then going down. BUT the going down was mainly done in a river, jumping off of waterfalls, then swimming through the pools below, hiking to the next waterfall, jumping down that one, ect... There would be 7 waterfalls in total.

    I love to jump ...