Hotel Jardines del Centro
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This post has been long overdue!
Many people asked me when I would finally finish my last blogpost on my Asian leg of my trip. I got home on the 1st of July and started working 48 hours later and didn't stop until november. Meeting with friends and family plus long days and nights of working prevented me of writing down my experiences of the month of june. I won't elaborate on that trip too much in this post, but I can confirm I had an amazing time!
The 9th of november ...
Overnight bus trip to San Cristobal, 13hr ride and arrived early morning. Stayed at Deja Vu hostel ($8 per night) in downtown, real hippy vibe and chill. Walked the beautiful streets, almost had a European feel. Lots of restaurants and bars down the cobble stoned paths. And the streets were lit up with lanterns by night. Unfortunately it was quite wet but people walked the streets with umbrellas adding to the wonderful street scape. A city rich on coffee ...
... Despite being tired we ploughed around town visiting the 2 churches on hills on opposite sides of the town giving us a good understanding of the area. It’s not large and you can walk across most of it in 30min. We past a stray dog army, looked at numerous churches & then were blown away by the best spit cooked chicken. Not only was it incredibly spiced & served with tortillas, salsa & rice it sat on a bed of sausages washed down by a ...
Due to all the rain the river was in flood so no boat ride or Sumidero Canyon with crocodiles, birds or spider monkeys for us. Instead we left at our usual holiday time to head up to San Cristobal de Las Casas and we visited the nearby Mayan villages. The Mayans are very interesting. They practice a mixture of Catholicism and Shaman religions. The first village, Chamula, was very tiny and quiet with a church that was decorated with enormous ...
... or primary school (remember those only take care 5h a day). The center educates children rights, balanced food and accompany the (mostly single) mothers, who suffer a lot from maltreatment. When i was talking to Robina a young mother of 2 entered to say hello. She appeared to be only 16 (!), forced to mary a 40 year old alcoholic when she was only 11 and missing several teeth thanks to her lovely husband. SYJAC saved her, and accompanied her to live now independant. ...