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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Shifty San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by justin_and_emac on Oct 24, 2013

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... only locked bag in our private room, the zip could be separated enough to reach a hand in and grab the money belt. We were furious as it could only have been taken by the staff at the B&B given no one else had a key to the room. However, with language barriers we realised it was too hard to fight them and we would not be able to prove they had taken it anyway so we settled for writing a bad review on trip advisor. It was a disappointing end to our stay in San Cristobal ...

Zahn's Overall Reflection

A travel blog entry by fielderbeaumont on Jul 10, 2013

1 comment

... Zealand take schooling for granted!! Some dogs have got mud matted hair, broken limbs and are so skinny that they have their ribs showing and are forced to eat whatever they can scavenge.

Year 8 maths equals hard; especially when I'm only year 7. It is the hardest work I've ever done and we are doing a subject which I'm learning for the first time (decimals) ... but to say that I am understanding them a lot better. ...

Yucatan and Chiapas

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Feb 08, 2013

2 comments, 37 photos

... getting ours done. Then we were told we had to lodge a US $400 bond with customs to get our import permit for the car. This seemed excessive and we were told by the girl at the permit counter to try speaking to a senior official to see if we could get this waived seeing as we had our carnet which they recognized but do not accept for temporary vehicle imports. They
flatly refused point blank to stamp the entry section of the carnet for our peace of mind (the first country on ...

Love at First Sight

A travel blog entry by marshaonthemove on Dec 07, 2012

44 photos

... the market, disoriented and overwhelmed by colors, we had found exactly what we had come for! Next was the food market, which was also a dizzying labyrinth of colors and smells- fruits, chickens, and pork skins... We topped off our day with some delicious dirt cheap tacos!

San Juan Chamula is a town just outside of San Cristobal, and we took a day trip there to visit their well-known church. Chamula has an autonomous status within Mexico, and have their own ...

The Mayans and Jesus Christ

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Feb 25, 2012

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... Apparently when the Spaniards arrived and they were introducing the Mayans to fire and sword the Mayan warriors, instead of allowing them-selves to be captured, threw themselves off the cliff to their deaths in the river below. The third picture is a small shrine dedicated to the image seen in the rocks. The locals believe it is Jesus Christ and therefore a very sacred place. You can see for yourselves the image dead centre of the picture. Make your own minds ...