Hotel Jardines del Centro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... fresca de tamarind and load of dancing. Luckily the next day was more sunny and lent itself a bit more to an excursion into the city. We bought ugly sweaters (although Stan will always say his is beautiful - don't believe him), and walked around town. Found a good spot to do people watching and drink tasty wine with free tapas.
For our last day in Mexico we did a daytrip to the Sumidero Canyon. One of the most impressing things I've ever seen, the power of nature at its ...
... fresh air. There is a political protest going on and they lock the gates. Hinesh is looking for some food to get more plastic bags for me - see I told you he is amazing. I reluctantly board and we move to our allocated seats for the second half of the journey (the bus wasn't full on the way in so we sat wherever). Our allocated seats were sitting behind two fat women who had reclined their seats to near horizontal. We squeeze in and Hinesh has barely any room to move but the ...
... the top of his head treated. The crowd was very happy though. Crazy Mexicans!!! Apparently they cleared the Plaza in Mexico City where we had seen all the teachers camped by telling them to leave within two hours or the federal police would clear them out. They all left so the President was able to ring his bell and have the usual celebration. It was so much fun being here for their national day. It is one big ...
... and I think the bagnos are most likely source of cholera.
I was able to attend in both schools a budget meeting with their respectively commitee. SYJAC came announcing the annual budget for 2013 and the fact that the sponsor would be withdrawing next year to focus on Guatemala. The kindergarden got 5000 pesos (315 euro) and the primary school 15000 pesos (950 euro). It is the commitee who decides how to spent the money and not SYJAC, who just advises if ...
... than the unappetising Samula Trailer Park well away from the
centre of town and in a private garden in the seedier end of town). Whilst the secure parking across the street from the hostel was a bonus as was the hostel’s location just off the square, the hostel itself was a big disappointment. Difficult to find and poorly signposted (it does NOT overlook
the square as Lonely Planet’s guide book suggests – where do they get this misinformation from?), ...