Hotel Tierra Maya
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uprising in this state. There are still signs all over, but the Mexican military came in and are patrolling so things are more peaceful now than in 1994.
It is a bit eery when you are traveling a new country. And you are headed for jungle!!!
They work very hard here to keep the jungle from taking over the highways again.
It is beautiful, mountains and hills. Then we came to AGUA AZUL oh my, wish you were here.
... We stepped up
each step alllllllllllllll the way to the top.
What a view
Went to the museum, all the piece are the original from the eight hundred century and later .
It was a great experience.
A full 10 hour day. Then supper on the way home
... it was amazing as the photos will show. The canyon was 1km deep at its deepest and we flew through it on a speedboat, stopping to see any wildlife. Saw 2 crocs up pretty close and monkeys in the distance. Loved this town, it had great atmosphere about it. (or maybe I just liked the cold... it was like being at home again...) The churches were fab and this town had lots of amber shops, I enjoyed looking but didn't purchase unfortunately... next ...
i love this place. so many happy beautiful people i find myself falling in love every time i open my eyes. i finally got to dress up a bit and went out for a whole night of silliness. so many great people in the hostel too, an nice dose of irish folks and beautifully awkward sweetheart from england. we went to the cultural center for a bit before i headed off with some switzerland girls.....it is ...
So I arrived in an Cristobel completely exhausted and eventually found Elly after a bit of a trek across town. She had made loads of friends at the hostel and was planning to go out but I was really tired and just about made it to dinner before going to bed. The next day we wandered around town and in the afternoon I went to see a church in a village out of town which is quite unique. The village is ...