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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... from where you have a wonderful view over the city and the landscape. When you are driving up the hill along the curvey road you pass by little, simple neighbourhoods. Half an hour later you arrive at the site. The ruins are beautiful and it looks kind of surreal as the grass, the soil and the ruins have all the same kind of yellow brownish colour and camouflage a little bit. Especially when the hot sun is shining intensively, too, it makes this place very ...
... kids. We decided to hike a bit and come back afterwards.
So we started the long hike down to the base. And when I say down, I mean down. It only took us about twenty minutes, but each giant step was actually the height of two or three normal steps, and the whole way down, all I kept thinking was, we're going to have to get back up. The bottom of the falls offered a decent view, though I actually think the view was better from near the top. And the hike back ...
... shoes and socks we head out for dinner. The food over dinner was a non even but Hinesh ordered an añejo mezcal. He is given the shot and a small dish with lemon and chilli salt. It is strong! Drew today was saying that the good mezcal is smooth like good tequila. Maybe the 40 pesos price tag meant that this wasn't a good one. On the way home we make our last stop for our last hot chocolate at De Todos Los Santos. Gabriel our friendly chef lets Hinesh try another añejo mezcal ...
... some from other places, including San Cristóbal de las Casas, in Chiapas, and in the autonomous Tzotzil village of San Juan de Chamula, near San Cristóbal. (The Tzotzil people are indigenous Mayans who speak Tzotzil rather than Spanish.)
I was very fortunate to get these photos in Chamula, and was taking a bit of a chance in even attempting to take them. As Wikipedia says, "Photography in the town is very difficult as parents ...
... was too, as we zoomed off very quickly. That night Alice and Owen arrived so we all went out for dinner before heading to a lush wine bar, with a crowd of people from the hostel. Every time you ordered a glass of wine you got free tapas :) a travellers idea of heaven!! FREE FOOD!!!
Next day a massive group of us went to San Juan Chamula which was the most incredible place ever. The church was so moving and i literally cant explain it in ...