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To get to the Mexican immigration, it was about 1KM away and we had a few tuk-tuks offering to drive us, but we walked. We got to the Mexican border and while it was a longer process getting in than getting out of Guatemala, we managed to successfully enter. When leaving customs, we exited the parking lot on foot and found a taxi willing to take us the 40 minute drive to Tapachula for 66 pesos (a little more than $5 CDN). The taxi driver took us ...
... waters. The water levels rise and fall with the seasons, but has been getting higher each year. One good passing hurricane could raise the water by several meters. An interesting echo of my last few years in Duiwerivier, where I was flooded once, cut off by rising water twice, and lived with some trepidation when there were 3 day rain storms.
My new home will be 1 minute walk from the Las Piramides garden where I attent the kirtan sessions and play my new ...
... guides are volunteers and so the money you pay covers your food and lodging, but the vast majority goes to support the school, very worthy.
There were 10 of us in the group, 2 Israeli guys fresh out of military service (when they get given a lump sum by the government that a lot of people use to go travelling), a couple from Germany, an American lady who was working with the school, a Finnish lady, an astrophysicist from Germany and an American geologist - a very ...
... British pub, where draft beers were 50 cents a pint (did I mention I love this place?), and the staff were lip-syncing away to 90s rock.
It was hard to pull myself away from Xela (as the locals call this city), but, as I said, I was on a mission. A foggy morning hid the city in a thick veil...so as not to tempt me to stay longer. Thanks Xela, I'm off to the lake.
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Our second week of Spanish school has been packed. It's coming up to Semana Santa (Easter week) so there has been a huge amount of processions, fiestas and general parties. We saw a procession of children from one of the oldest churches carrying their local saint around town. Monday I finally got my haircut which went without issue. Tuesday we saw a chicken standing outside a fried chicken shop not good positioning on his part or a great way to show ...