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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... who laughs at my poor jokes, so she's in my good books), had Billy Joel songs stuck in her head because that's how she remembered my name. So that's all we sang on the way, to the annoyance of the fellow Mexican passengers... Palenque is up in the mountains and is a generically Mexican town, also home to an indigenous Mayan group who are slightly different to those in Merida. For some odd reason every other shop was a shoe shop. They ...
... built to withstand a 13 richter earthquake. A shrine to the Virgin of Guadalupe has also been built into a small recess in the wall.
The park and the river are home to thousands of birds and reptiles: herons, some type of ugly birds, green iguanas and even crocodiles. Apparently there are over 300 crocodiles in the national park and we saw three of them, and pretty big ...
... an alperes. These charges are just for men, although their wives have important roles in their husbands' charges. There are twelve martomoetik, twelve alperesetik and six moletik, who are chosen by the inhabitants of Zinacantan every year. Each one has a different feast assigned to him during ...
... to go in and see the goings on so there is of course a handsome fee for the privilege.
I cannot begin to portray the scene that greets you when you enter this small normal looking church, I will try but you have to believe this is the sort of place you need to see with your own eyes to fully understand the sight before you.
You walk in the main doors at the back of the church as you typically would in any church and that is where ...
... on Lake Atitlan. San Pedro was a super relaxed place with quite a hippy vibe and the first health food store Sian has see during the past six weeks (and yes she did manage to pick up a few things). We didn't get up to a great deal in San Pedro though we did kayak across the lake and back which was a much harder task than expected. Sadly after a couple of lovely days in San Pedro we had to part ways with our Irish buddies ...
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