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... hair was most put out as she had appropriated that seat for her handbag. I noted Sarah riding her icy stares with aplomb but then realised Sarah had immediately fallen sleep. Next stop was Hierve el agua which are natural mineral pools set on high with stunning views which was our reason for choosing this particular tour. We were given an hour. We were last back. Further icy stares. Then off to Mitla for some Zapotec action. The usual couple of stops ...
... my suitcase to the plane and the fact that it's all because of Vegemite.
What I know and am rationalizing is that small planes don't fly as high as jets so this is somewhat reassuring along with the typical relaxed calm nature of our pilot. A few little bumps on the way up is about as bad as it gets and despite it being loud it's a smooth and pleasant flight.
Once we land smoothly and without any bumps we head to the Sumidero Canyon for a ...
"Can you lend me 10 000 pesos?"
This was the question, and the subsequent unfolding event, that caused me to stay in San Cristobal de Las Casas for the next 4 months and not the 2 weeks or a month that I was planning to. I can now state that it was all for the good, even though there were weeks that I was cursing myself for not trusting my gut feeling that something was wrong.
I had been seeing Citlali for about 2 weeks. We had met at the ...
I have arrived in the small city of San Cristobel de las Casas in the Chiapas highlands, a place recommended by every person that I spoke to before coming to Mexico. I've been here for two weeks now, and from the first moment of being here, it felt great. After the coastal heat and humidity I was energized by the clean fresh mountain air and the high altitude (around 2000m), and inspired by a unique atmosphere of freedom and creativity in the open air cafes along the ...
... the mountains rather than the border gate on the south coast where the sticky temperatures and crush of traffic would be liable to leave the border officers grumpy.
The first part of the plan went well. We cruised down from the highlands on Mex 190 one of the best sweeper roads we have ridden (anywhere) with hundreds of bends of excellent radius, a good surface and not a hairpin to be found. We stopped at Jalapa for fuel and an artificial coffee. It ...