Hotel Casa Kolping

Address: Av. Jesus Cancino Casahonda No. 2624, Fraccionamiento Las Arboledas, C.P. 2930, Chiapas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29030, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Jesus Cancino Casahonda No. 2624, Fraccionamiento Las Arboledas, C.P. 2930, Chiapas.
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Oaxaca Day 2

A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Sep 14, 2014

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... you some rugs and all that lovely crafted using centuries old traditions....oh that's Sarah asleep again. Then the Mezcal factory for free tastings. This actually was quite interesting. We learned that Mezcal is tequila but tequila is from the region of tequila and rather like Champagne. All great, tick tick etc but on a bus, so you can imagine what fun we had when our tour bus dropped us off at 19.00 only to get on another bus at 20:30 for a 12 hour ...

Day 7: San Cristobal De Las Casas

A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 10, 2013

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... glad wrap or where he buys his from. While there Alana decided to get a Henna tattoo. Took all of 10 mins. Then with my newly found precious little piece of glad wrap we headed back to the hostel. It started to rain so we ducked into a little shop and had some smoothies so Alana's tattoo didn't get ruined & then finally made it back to the hostel. We caught up with the boys and started having a few drinks in the court yard while discussing our day ...

NGOs in Chiapas

A travel blog entry by chris.wauman on Apr 14, 2013

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... poor province just north of Chiapas. Here in Chiapas Grassroot Projects helps to build ecological stoves together with the NGO La Pirata, directly in Zapatista communities. The stoves are more healthy (less smoke) and demand less wood as fuel. Sadly I'm not able to visit a project as Christiaan is accompanying a travel group and his contact of La Pirata only answered my mail on my departure day.

Through Christiaan I met an Irish writer and translater. I can ...

Ya Basta!

A travel blog entry by chris.wauman on Feb 18, 2013

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... they have no political representatives, etc.

In january 1th 1994, the Zappatistas (EZLN - Maya rebel army) said "Ya Basta!" (Enough is enough!) and started a rebellion (not war as 14 days later they announced a cease fire which they never broke - the same cannot be said about the army, nor the paramilitaries they supported, like "Paz y Justicia") with the same claims as 80 years before: justice, liberty, dignity, land and democracy. 20 years later ...

My hips don't lie

A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada on Jul 28, 2012


Today, we walked around the town of San Cristobal and visited the market. Omg, it was both disgusting and intreging at the same time! Full bodies of cows and other animals were hanging in the butcher booths, women were walking around carrying multiple chickens upsidedown in their arms, and there was an overabundance of fruits and vegetables around every corner. It was fantastic! Everything here is so vibrant and bright! ...