Parador San Juan de Dios
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... center that also sent us info on Mahahual busses and booked self-catering accommodation for us in Gallo’s cabins. Just like at many small rural towns close to top Asian dive sights, Xcalak is not the most beautiful little town, with a lot of pollution from passenger ships washing out in the shallows. La Poza, the main dive site was however nothing short of spectacular. We were surrounded by a variety of exiting marine life right from the moment we jumped into the ...
... the second leg of my trip, as I took a plane to Madrid, where I was meeting with Stan, whom I would then take a plane to Cancùn with. Unfortunately, there were some difficulties and the people of the airline company didn't allow us to board the plane, as we had no proof that we would be leaving Mexico within 90 days. Luckily there was a girl behind the desk that decided to help us a bit out and changed our booking to the 14th for an acceptable fee, instead of having us buy ...
Actually we planned to go to Campeche, but when we wanted to buy the bus tickets the guy at the counter asked us with an unbelieving face expression, why we go there, San Cristóbal is much nicer. So, San Cristóbal it is, and it was the right decision.
It's beautiful here, with very nice people. All houses are colourful, exactly what you expect from Mexico.
We watched the first game of the world-cup in a bar and tried a ...
... a push and looked in...behind was a huge courtyard and well looked after garden. Given that the surrounding streets were losing the pristine looks for the odd bit of graffiti, this was something we didn't expect to see, it was like stepping into a different world. There were dogs running round and cats sleeping in corners - this really was a homely place.
We were starving after the long bus ride and asked for a recommendation - Toque Coleto ...
... This link http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/blog/?s =tehuano will take the idly curious to a satellite video clip showing the winds howling through the mountains and a short explanation of the phenomenon. Unfortunately, the image doesn't have the clarity to show a battered Team Elephant struggling east along Mex 200. In the meantime, Team Elephant is back in Mexico and in good shape but looking forward to a short Christmas holiday just up the road a little way.