Hotel Molino De La Alborada
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... winding cobblestone streets and colonial Spanish architecture, maintains a lovely old-world feel mixed with strong indigenous roots. The surrounding villages are populated with Tzotzil and Tzeltal Indians who maintain their tribal origins through their varied traditional costumes and customs. Dylan and I walked up to Iglesia del Cerro de Guadalupe on the hill for some nice views over the city. The Guadalupe church consists of a single nave with a side chapel. It ...
... here feel a lot warmer than the other places we have visited in Mexico so far. Will hopefully get some nice shots. The house is very central and it is only two blocks before we hit Real de Guadalupe - a main street with the cafes and shops. One side is pedestrian only where half the road is blocked so people are free to walk on the road. This is nice so you can take your time meandering instead of pushing and shoving on the footpaths. It is still raining and the ...
... time for a travel computer upgrade?
I finally got my room key at 4.30 pm having had to chase them up for it.
Dinner that night at La Lupe. Soup or Caldo de pollo to warm me up, deshebrado con papas, sanatoria, chayote y arroz. Followed by filete de pescado (fish) ...
... chickens at the altar of their church. We took the collectivo to the town but, much to Justin's disappointment we had just missed the sacrifice that day. There wasn't much else in that town other than the church and some markets so after about an hour we drove back to San Cristobal, got some beers in a local pub and people watched. Great food and drinks in San Cristobal included pasta at an Italian restaurant, 10 tacos for 130 pesos (probably too much food for two ...
... run hostel and were stoked to find that our Spanish held up enough to chat with them, sometimes understanding everything and sometimes just getting the gist. We had a look around town, had some delicious Mexican food for dinner and called it a night.
Our first full day in San Cristobal was absolutely amazing, full of things we'd never quite seen and done before. After a free cooked breakfast, we decided to explore the town. We climbed to ...