Hotel Vista Inn Premium
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... ma presente.La eliminero' con la positivita' che sempre nutro ogni giorno,nonostante le varie cose negative che possono succedere.
Ottimo fermarsi e riorganizzarsi un po',sinceramente,ed ancora piu' importante,praticare le mie doti culinarie che poco a poco ritornano.
vabbuo',cmq,per adesso questo e'.Si ritorna a lavoro,sulle montagne circostanti San Cristobal de las Casas.Vediamo dove ci portera' sto fiume stavolta.
Vi voglio bene tutti.
... my order I asked for an 8 pack of chicken strips, which I said ocho chicken strips, ocho being 8, when she gave me the receipt the order was way too expensive for what we brought, I checked the receipt and she had put through 8x 8 pack chicken strips, that's 36 chicken strips, as quickly as I could I got a guys attention and told him I only wanted ocho piezes not ocho parcels, he went out the back but I think they were already ...
... due to recent activity we weren't allowed to go any higher. Where we got to was impressive enough though with an intense contrast between the jet black ash/dirt and the vivid green of the few plants that have managed to grow since the last eruption in 2010. There were some seriously hot vents in the volcano and we ended up roasting marshmallows for breakfast! Although we were exhausted when we got back to Antigua, we ...
... English person with one other Swiss girl who also didn't speak Spanish, our guide was really good though & explained everything in bith languages! We started at a town called Zincantin where they are famous for their textiles. We went into their local church & the guide explained all about how they are Catholic but with their Mayan traditions overplayed. They have ceramic spirit animals & mirrors adorning the saints to ward off evil. They ...
... at 4.30 am into the bus terminal. We couldn't get a bus directly to San Cristobal, we had to wait until 1 o'clock the next day to get a bus to Palenque, wait there five hours and then get another bus that night at 9.30pm to San Cristobal. We wouldn't arrive into San Cristobal until 5.30 am the following morning (Monday), when we should have got into there at 11am Sunday! Anyway a lot of waiting around in bus terminal, sleeping on the seats in the ...