Hotel Palacio De Moctezuma
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Today's visit of two nearby villages and a fascinating insight into their pre-Columbian beliefs and their daily struggle to be heard in what is one of Mexico's most isolated regions.
First was Chamula where Cesar was our local guide. One of the key things that he stressed was no photo in some places, especially inside the church or …
Time to head over the hill to Zinacantan.
Here 30,000 live and mainly grow flowers verses vegetables grown by the Chamula. Textile weaving still done by hand is another important income stream.
In this town everyone is dressed in shades of purple. In other towns we saw people dressed in blues, reds, yellows and browns.
Up and out at 7.30 am for breakfast at Tulue just one block from the hotel. Tried Mexican today: Jugo de naranja, pan tostado, mantequilla, mermelada, 2 hueuos a la Mexicana rancheros with café for 55 pesos / NZ$ 5.20 / US$ 4.20.
This lack of wi fi should not bother me. But sitting in the lobby and it is cold with a draft coming in from …
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Dopo aver preso il bus di notte da Oaxaca (e non aver chiuso occhio per colpa delle curve infinite) arriviamo a San Cristobal De Las Casas alle 7 di mattina. Appena usciamo dalla stazione dei bus ci accorgiarmo che l’aria e’ fresca (di montagna!), il sole splende e I colori della citta’ sono ...
... br> The next day, after a late wake up, I took a drive a few kilometers (107, to be exact) out to the ruins of Tonina, which was the Mayan capital of the west (Palenque being their eastern capital...which I'll see on my way back in July). Tonina is not a major tourist draw, which meant that after I made my way through lazy pastures and over rolling hills, I nearly had the whole complex to myself. This place ...