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... Blocked email accounts, missing socks and doing the Bolero. Let's hope tomorrow is a better day as I can't see the back of Palenque quick enough at the minute.
The bus for San Cristobal the next morning doesn't leave until nine-thirty, so I have plenty of time. As usual, I'm awake just after six. How come I can wake up on holiday easily enough at this time, but under normal conditions I usually feel heavily drugged at this hour?
I head ...
... you some rugs and all that lovely crafted using centuries old traditions....oh that's Sarah asleep again. Then the Mezcal factory for free tastings. This actually was quite interesting. We learned that Mezcal is tequila but tequila is from the region of tequila and rather like Champagne. All great, tick tick etc but on a bus, so you can imagine what fun we had when our tour bus dropped us off at 19.00 only to get on another bus at 20:30 for a 12 hour ...
... they set up agricultural farm land. They are the primary producers of corn, broccoli and squash in this region.
Quite a number of the Chamula men from this community have in recent times migrated to the US and many others have followed as they make more money there and send it back to Mexico to support their families. They often set up family businesses, they buy trucks and hence there is a new phenomena in these villages that there are now some ...
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Mexico feels very far away as I write this next blog instalment form Dolores River, Colorado. We really only got to see a little of that big colourful country where fruit is fresh, vibrant and alive and tastes as it is meant to, people are friendly and happy to have a chat, where life on the street is never dull and a cold corona on a hot day is pure joy!
We travelled from Belize by bus ...
... bundles of local crafts and clothing for sale begging you to buy them. I stared at the woman with complete respect and admiration. I couldn't help but think "how are your backs not destroyed?" But I suppose that's what survival brings out in man kind, a strength we rarely ever have to face back home. The village while in some ways is stuck in another time is is also well adapted and forward thinking in certain ways. Tradition being so important to these people makes it so ...