Hotel Palacio De Moctezuma
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... experiences.) I really could tell it better. If you are interested in mowing more about these two villages, I encourage you to check out the link below for Pintsizedwanderlusts entry.
http://pintsizedwanderlust.com/2014/03/ 09/traditional-mexico-san-juan-chamula- and-zinacantan/
After a big day touring the Mayan villages, I have a 10:45 pm bus to Oaxaca. It is supposed to take 10 hours, but I'm expecting delays due to roadblocks by the teachers. UGH!! Long night ...
An early one this morning with our alarm going off at 5:30. Dylan had a shower and I slept in a bit then got up to finish packing too. None of the restaurants were open in time for us to have breakfast so I had a shake with Dylan. We met everyone in the lobby for a 6:45 walk to the bus station. Here we grabbed a few things from the convenience store and waited for our bus to arrive. It was due at 7am but didn't turn up until 8 :) The bus was comfy and had heaps ...
... isn't as you get closer. I walked for ages, past a heap of parasailing stalls and wave runner stalls. But really, there was no crowd. There was the occasional sign warning of dangerous beach conditions, dangerous undertow. Looking at the water, I found that hard to believe. It was like a public pool warning of undertow. Nah, you're kidding right? So I walk for ages but I know, I need to stop at some point, I did come here for a swim. I find an isolated part of ...
... the youngest. The oldest are a couple who look to be in their 70s and have been travelling for a while! Impressive! There are also only 3 women out of 10, and most of the group are Australian. We then decided to all go out to a meal together. The place was amazingly Mexican with a mariachi band playing the whole time. I had 'mariachis' which is 5 different tacos, all delicious!! I also had a mojito, which was HUGE and arrived to the table ...
... to be the
last one to the airport, so at departures I was greeted by the slightly drawn
faces of my fellow backpackers. Goodbyes were somewhat teary (for some more
than others) but don't worry people; the narrative voice of this account will
be like I'm in the room with you. First leg of our journey was a painless
flight to Paris, and then after a very quick and easy stop over at Charles de
Gualle we hopped on the plane to Cancun and were ...