Hotel Maya Sol

Address: Blvd. Belisario Dominguez No 1380, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Pacific Coast, 29020, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

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

... from what I could understand is they need a big enough group to leave on the boats so we had to wait. We waited 45 minutes while a big tour group of business men gathered, eating finger food and drinking a drink that looked like muddy water, being entertained by xylophonists and dancing girls. Eventually they had all arrived and we piled into the tour boat and made our way down the Sumerido canon. The Sumerido canon is a famous tourist destination in the Chiapas region of Mexico, ...

Day 61 - Exploring Tuxtla

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 14, 2013

... late afternoon and chilled for a while watching tv with the air con to cool us off. That night for dinner we walked right down the central ave to see what we could find, we found some good taquerias, but didn't feel like Mexican, instead we went to a Chinese buffet that was pretty cheap and the food was surprisingly good. That night, while I was going to the corner shop to get an ice cream I got asked by an attractive lady who spoke fluent english who ...

Week Five

A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim on Aug 10, 2013

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... What would classify as a reasonably short distance in Australia took the best part of a day due to speed bumps every hundred metres (only a slight exaggeration), poor road quality and stopping every half hour for the driver to buy food or chat to a mate. Not to mention how scary the journey was on tiny roads up huge mountains - at one point we had to reverse to let a truck pass and our tyre went slightly over the edge...no joke. We eventually made ...

Cafes and culture don't mix

A travel blog entry by nico0064 on Mar 24, 2013

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... decided to book our bus tickets for the next day to Palenque. We weren't going to buy them but we were walking past the bus terminal office and popped in the ask. The buses get pretty full so it was probably a good idea at the time. After that we had nothing else to do so we relaxed at the hostel until dinner time. Around dinner time we walked down the walking street around the corner from our hostel to look for the perfect dinner place. While trying to ...

The Maya Natives

A travel blog entry by atom4gevampire on Sep 10, 2012

... everybody keeps an eye out for everybody. The first village was called San Juan Chamula. The people here still wear traditional clothing and speak an old mayan dialect. There are around 26 mayan communities left, and each have their own style of clothing and traditions. That way you can differentiate between de natives of that village, and outsiders. We went inside the church of the village, which is completely different from what ...