Hotel Del Carmen
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Del Carmen Tuxtla Gutierrez
This hotel is adorable!! The beds are so comfy and the shower is HOT! The breakfast is muy versatile and so so good. There is a covered courtyard in the center with tables and there are several free wifi networks to connect to. The staff is very accommodating (and bilingual). ;)
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At 6am we flew from Fort Lauderdale to Charlotte only to find out that out of 150 flights on the departure screens, ONE (our flight to Miami) had been canceled. We got put on a later flight and so then also got put on a later flight to Guatemala City (thus not meeting up with our group from Huntsville). When we finally arrived in Guatemala City …
... products, so we lathered up with that. We thought there might be a nice area with grass out the back to eat our subs but the further we walked it was all the same, thick jungle with walking paths, occasional seats, insects and lots of squirrels that would try to steal our food. After we walked around the entire garden we gave up and headed back to the start. It was a bit of a maze so we nearly got lost, eventually we made it out. We then walked ...
... fellow travellers. We arrived quite late so after settling in and finding some dinner, we got an early night in preparation for our 3am tour to Tikal. We arrived at Tikal around 4:30am and hiked through the ruins for about half an hour to reach Temple Four by sunrise. It was a beautiful and quite meditative experience as the ruins emerged from the jungle and mist as it got lighter. Unfortunately there was such a thick layer of mist that we didn't ...
There were just 5 of us who ended up on the trip which was first to San Lorenzo Zinancantan and the on to Chamula.
It's not much of a drive out of San Cristobal to Zinancantan, but over into another valley and it feels like entering a different world. I suppose I'd been expecting something a lot poorer and less orderly and was surprised as we came down into the valley at how the fields were well laid-out and it looked really quite "Swiss" ...
San Cristobal de las Casas is a quintessential colonial city set in the heart of the jungle highlands. The air is cooler here but the sun is strong, even in this, the rainy season. I've been visiting the surrounding indigenous villages, San Juan Chamula and Zinacantan as well as discovering the charms of San Cristobal. When the Spanish first arrived in this region c1528 they decided to establish their city in Chiapa de Corzo but quickly abandoned this plan in favour of ...