Hotel Maria Eugenia
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... br> It's crazy,as soon as I'm in a city,the London part of me comes back,sometimes lightly,but mainly I'm still finding myself fighting it away.I'll ge there eventually.
Next stop San Cristobal de las Casas,or more precisely the mountain around it and even more precisely in the neighbourhood of this tiny mountain village called San Jose' Buena Vista.
Velocissmo stop in questa citta' troppo caotica e umidamente calda con periodi di ...
... me an infection in my lip and it was puffed up like I'd been punched, so I wasn't feeling on top of the world. We pretty much just had a lazy day, spend a lot of time resting in the room. Eventually walked down central ave in the other direction and found a nice park area surrounded by nice cafes and restaurants. We got a late lunch there of a pizza cone and chips with a smoothie. Then headed back to the hotel after looking in ...
... myself in there.
After rather a chilly night in Na Bolom, I also decided that I would change Hotels and I'd do my research for that when I returned from the day-trip.
I turned up at the tour agency at the appointed time and discovered that the other participants on the trip were a couple of of young Koreans whose English was almost as non-existent as their Spanish. I have no idea how they managed! We were picked up by our rather sullen ...
... big sleeping policeman and immediately slid down the bus when the driver slammed on the brakes for some reason. Despite crawling around the floor with a torch I couldn't find it. I thought that was it - someone had found it and kept it. Fortunately an hour and another slam on the brakes later, it rolled down the stairs at the front of the bus with a loud crash and I had my phone back!
But disaster nearly struck again when I ...
... it's walls are depicted on the state of Chipas' coat of arms.
Along the way we saw interesting rock formations, including the caballito de mar (seahorse), the Arbolito de Navidad (Christmas tree), and a multi-coloured grotto with an image of a headless Jesus (yes, it really does look like that - take a closer look!) on the wall.
Also lots of birds ...