Hotel Maria Angelina
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... gratification and perspective for your own. As we walked from the bus to the temple I turned and behind was a large group of very serious men proudly wearing large white fur sacks and clutching swords marching down the street. They had a presence that was completely surreal & totally captivating. These men we were told are the holly men. Of cause I instantly grabbed my camera to capture this amazing cultural moment, but as soon as I did, they ran towards me yelling "no no ...
... from the impressive blue and white Iglesia Santa Lucia, which I glimpsed from my taxi upon arrival; to the beautifully baroque Iglesia Santo Domingo, which I passed whilst shopping in the market. There are many more, both in and overlooking the city and these often had stalls set up with snacks and fairground rides nearby, to feed and amuse the large numbers which visit the ...
... instead of some so-called representatives, who do whatever they want and do not govern for the benefit of the majority or their voters or according to their promises).
Through Un otro mundo .news you can read some more about these events in Dutch: regarding that 1st day with lots of photos (click here) or the content of the course (click here).
The school was also followed by a seminary ...
This historical town is a 5 hour bus ride from San Cristobal de las Casas. It heads down into the Chiapas jungle following extremely windy roads. Roads that are known to have more judder bars than any other road in the country. They seemed rather like a fashion statement they were so prevalent. So, as I am sure you can imagine, it was not the most enjoyable ride ever! But it ...
... visit to see its beautiful gold plated designs and well-preserved paintings. We also visited the Na Bolom Cultural Center and the Museum of Mayan Medicine. Na Bolom is the former home of Frans Bloom (archeologist and cartographer) and Gertrude Duby Bloom (photographer and journalist) who both studied and fought for the welfare of the Lacandon indians of Chiapas. The house is now a museum and hotel as well as an organization still involved in helping preserve ...