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... we ate at had a sort of salsa salad bar, where you could pick and choose chillis, sauces and vegetables to add to your meal. Obviously I tried the habanero sauce, which nearly blew my head off. We decided to go and by a bottle of ‘El Jimador’ tequila to have as a nightcap back in the hotel courtyard. It went down surprisingly well, even without lime & salt. Supposedly the national drink of Guatemala is Rum. ...
... t help but feel that I have been spoilt by my trips around Aus, in short the canyon was similar in appearance to ones I saw in WA as The NT... I know I can't compare Mexico to Australia, but I do find it hard to get excited about something on the other side of the world when I have seen things just as beautiful just around the corner. The Mayan ruins today on the other hand (Palenque ruinas)... Completely the opposite. Like nothing I have ever seen... ...
... that made this place unique. The local form of Catholicism is a blend of pre-conquest Maya customs, Spanish Catholic traditions, and subsequent innovations. No weddings or funerals are held here. Jesus is the sun and Mary is the moon.
The photos of the houses with the arch of leaves outside is that of a spiritual leader’s house. They ...
... in Huatulco didn’t seem too perturbed when we told them about it at a pit stop some 30 minutes down. They had just come from Tuxtla Gutierrez and San Cristobal, where we were heading, and kind of dreading, the climb. No problems, they said.
And they were right. A new, big road shot us up the mountains onto a high plateau where we cruised to Tuxtla, and then another road shot us around the city and up some more to ...
... somewhere as close as possible. Water was spraying up from cars as they drove past- and locals looked at us like we were crazy as we walked past them huddling for cover. A couple hrs later it did die down a bit before picking up again- but it was pretty impressive. All the the streets were turing into waterfalls before our eyes! :) Amanda & ...