Hotel Maya Sol

Blvd. Belisario Dominguez No 1380, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Pacific Coast, 29020, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Blvd. Belisario Dominguez No 1380, Tuxtla Gutierrez, is near Miguel Alvarez del Toro Zoo (ZOOMAT) and Calzada de los Hombres Illustres.
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Travel Blogs from Tuxtla Gutierrez

Day 63 - Amiku and sumerido canon

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 16, 2013

... right next to me only inches from his powerful jaw. Once I stood up and turned around to walk away Bobbie said he jumped at the cage like he was going to attack me, I think he was still hungry. Once we had finished feeding the jags we headed up the walking track to the small creek, it wasn't much but we did see some interesting caterpillars on the walk. One the way back down to the park I had a quick dip in the pool to cool off, we only had half hour until we had to leave and I ...

Visit to Sumidero Canyon

A travel blog entry by travellerbruce on Jan 17, 2013

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... shape that looked like a Christmas tree.

Eventually we came out the other end of the canyon to the realization that the body of water we were in was a man-made lake behind a huge hydro-electric scheme which had dammed the river.

At this stage a rather irritating Aussie (there’s always one!) started whinging about wanting to go to the loo. Huh. He had to wait (like the res of us) until we got back to the landing-stage and got off the ...

The Maya Natives

A travel blog entry by atom4gevampire on Sep 10, 2012

... in front of them performing rituals. The practices performed there seem strange to us outsiders, but our guide explained is some of the rituals in more detail. The people here believe that a traumatic experience can make the soul leave the body, making the person depressed. This person then visits a shaman, who tells them how many candles they need to burn at the church (its only certain numbers like a multiple of 3 or 7 or ...

Weaving, tortillas & poch in Zinacantan

A travel blog entry by ristohannah on May 08, 2011

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... Chiapanecos in the 1600s most of the communities ended up accepting it and adopted Christianity, incorpating Catholic customs into their worship. Of the several different missionary groups to descend on Chipas, it was the Dominican friars that settled in Zinacantán.

They set about building a chapel and started converting the locals, until a few decades later the Mexican ...


A travel blog entry by samellietravels on Sep 04, 2010

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I Arrived in Tuxtla around 11am (late because of the road damage caused by the recent rains in South Mexico) and got a taxi to our friend Malena's house. She lives in a private neighbourhood, gated and guarded in a really nice house. The place has all marble floors and a pool - really nice house. When i arrived, Malena was away at the beach so i was met by her families driver and cook who had instructions to show where i could shower and ...