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... see different parts, including some crocodiles chilling on a beachy bit along the way, most of which rapidly started entering the water when they saw us. One of the girls in our group told us a story about how her friend had her leg bitten off by one in Brazil. Not at all un-nerving! Along the riverbank there were also Pelicans, Crane’s (not the mechanical type) and Cormorants, as well as some baby Crocodiles on a ...
... were standard Murray's bus size but the backs were a lot softer so I fell asleep almost straight away. First overnight bus... Tick. San Cristobal is a quaint little town up in the mountains in southern Mexco (in the Chiapas region for those who know Mexico) not far from the Guatemalan border. There isn't a huge amount to do there but it's one of the welcoming places where you can quite happily wile away a few days just wandering around the town. I stayed in ...
... from the local shaman at $10 a pop so at least their was one aspect of modern religion in there!
We spent a little while in the market and then headed to another village where we had a traditional lunch planned. We were taught about the history of the people and their customs and Lol and I were chosen to get dressed up in their traditional wedding outfits. After a great lunch we headed back into town to wait for our over night bus to Campeche.
... group and their local weaving.
Here the women have long hair, wear no make up nor nail polish, no public affection is shown and only allowed 1 wife unlike the Chamula who allows many! Intermarrying between the Zinacantan and Chamula people does occur. They do get on well together.
Fresh-made tortillas made from corn and water.
Abel and Mari, our hosts at Concepcion Bamba, warned us about La Ventosa. When we were coming down from Oaxaca, a Mexican motorcycler on a Harley warned me about it too. Everyone seemed to go a bit out of their way to tell us to be careful after passing through La Ventosa, to keep your right side clear so that the wind, if it hit you hard left to right, didn't blow you off the road. So we started early, hoping to get through ...