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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... was the smelly non showered one! We headed in the direction of the main square or zocalo. My first impressions of San Cristobal was that it was more laid back even than Oaxaca. I also noticed a lot more traditionally dressed indigenous people around. Some of which are so short they only come up to my waist. I had to jump at one stage, we were all standing on the sidewalk and this tiny lady started talking but I couldn't see where she was coming from, she ...
... pepper & salsa pique the - spicy sauce!!) mmmmmmm! The owner then recommended a local ice cream joint, so I had a local vanilla cream nom nom nom!! So I just had to go back to the tamales places & tried 2 other flavours, my favourite has to be the Mole one with dates, olives, sweet chicken & lashings of salsa verde & salsa picante mmmmmm! I literally nearly licked the plate clean :). Off toCancun today - a nice 18 hour bus ride coming up wahoooo ...
... we had a message from Chris and Janet, our English fellow overlanders whom we had left in Jaco, Costa Rica some weeks back whilst their family visited them. They were somewhat surprised that we were already in Mexico. But so far as we are concerned we are getting a mite anxious over the still considerable distance through the remainder of this huge country (including some 1600 kms up the Baha Peninsula) that we must still cover before entering the States early next month. They are ...
... fountain on the main plaza. Around the plaza there was a few churches, the local council building, and various shops and restaurants that you come to expect around a central square. As an added bonus whilst we were there the fair was also in town so it made the short stop over all the more entertaining. After getting back to San Cristobal I picked up my bag and jumped on a bus for Palenque.
We came to San Cristobal early in the morning after the whole night spent on the bus from Puerto Escondido. We stayed with a Couchsurfer – Jorge in his nice little house near the downtown and another traveller from France - Joan.
San Cristóbal de las Casas is a beautiful city which located in a region of Chiapas and sits in a ...
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