Hotel Molino De La Alborada
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... these people would never make judgments about what we do, how we live and what we believe, but yet the Christian community has come into these areas and endeavors to converted the indigenous people to Christianity by telling them that what they believe and how they live is wrong and offering education and medical care.
Now, I'm going to take the lazy way out and point you to an excellent blog entry about this same tour that I took (not the same guide, but similar ...
... to the restaurant for dinner called Cocoliche. I had arachara beef panini with cheese, tomato, avocado and fries and salad and Dylan had red risotto rice with mushroom spinach, parmesan and tomatoes. A live band started playing just before we left and they were great! We left at 9:30 and made our way back to the hotel. Made plans to meet at 1pm tomorrow to go to the food market. Then back to the room for a shower and off to bed at ...
... m feeling a little motion sickness again. Luckily the bus ride is not long before we reach our first village - San Lorenzo Zinacantan. We were told that we are going to visit with a local Mayan family… umm not quite the homely affair that I was imagining. We walk through a living room and there is a shrine there with the grandpa sitting on a chair. We are ushered through to the store at the back. As if on cue. the grandma comes to the weave while the tour guide speaks in ...
... Domingo church with its large open air crafts market and the Casa Na Bolom museum.
The municipality has suffered severe deforestation, but it has natural attractions such as caves and rivers. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
Situated in the middle of the highlands here is ...
... was out trying to get visitors and they had a pink footed tarantula with them. Now, I asked Santa for a tarantula every year as a child but I never got one (I always supposed it might have got squished in his sack of toys). So seeing this tarantula was just a dream come true, and I was allowed to hold it! Overall, such a full and interesting day.
The next day we visited a Mayan town just outside of San Cristobal called Champula. ...