Hotel Casa Kolping

Adolfo 2624, Chiapas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29030, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Adolfo 2624, Chiapas.
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A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 09, 2013

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... time with Fabian to relate options for tomorrow. Showered before a stroll with Sarki, first for a java across the road from the hotel. We then walked away from town. I really didn't see the need to spot and chat with the Three Mouths and Leon but Sarki the gadfly ...

Thursday and Friday, relaxing and village tour

A travel blog entry by dna_adventures on Dec 21, 2012

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... to take a photo of him on it but couldn't as it would be rude! We are not hopeful that it will ever reach Sydney, but fingers crossed! It should be there by 8 weeks. Then we went for dinner and got all our stuff packed as we were getting the night bus to Oaxaca. This was eventful with a great snoring guy beside us and the woman in from of us spilling her coffee all over our bags. But we got to Oaxaca at 7 the following morning, our last night bus for this trip! ...

The Mayans and Jesus Christ

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Feb 25, 2012

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... produced by said drink helps to rid the healer of any bad energy that they release from the patient. Beliefs are a very powerful force and seem to work for the locals even when it may seem ludicrous to the outsider.

The other interesting fact I learnt was that they do not have any priests in their religion. Someone from the community is elected to perform ceremonies and holds office as the ‘Spiritual leader’ for one year. For ...

Who could have guessed?

A travel blog entry by hannamontana on Dec 07, 2011


... when I get lost in my mind..

An indigenous woman are walking barefoot. A chilly feeling comes creeping up my neck, I turn my head and clouds of steaming hot street-food escaping from all the small stations of tacos, mais, pan, empanadas y arroz con leche. In a plastic chair at the pavement sits an old man, eyes closed and mouth open. Peaceful.

If I bend my knees a bit, I be able to catch a glance of ...

San Cristobal Day 2

A travel blog entry by ryanaross on Oct 28, 2011

Up at 7, pretty cold here, took a scalding hot shower and had a banana and cereal breakfast at the hostel with Rosie. At 9 the tour van came and we drove around picking up more people. Sadly everyone was Spanish or French so I didn't do much talking on this tour. Probably good because it feels like I am hacking up rusty nails now. I exaggerate.. But yeah still sick. So it was just me. We drove for 45 minutes back to the city of Tuxtla and got on a tour boat and headed down the ...