Parador San Juan de Dios
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... were made a bit more urgently necessary due to yesterday's events. These taken care of, I was free to enjoy a day of much-needed me-time.
San Cristobal is famous for the local coffee, so of course I had to sample some for breakfast. Carajillo Cafe was just the ticket: they served up some delicious cinnamon french toast accompanied by one of their famous "slow coffees", made in a drip contraption right at the table. ...
... up back at market place so seemed like a long walk and this point so tired! Was a fun day thought going somewhere random off beaten track. Annalena and and I bought food for palenque trip and dinner as too tired to go out. Also got bus tickets for Merida for Sunday evening. I then walked up to cerro de guadalupe to get view over city. Stupid photo connector not working on ipad anymore so spent ages gone ...
... e Santo Domingo, entrambe situate sulle colline ai lati opposti della citta’.
Ci innamoriamo di San Cristobal con il suo clima perfetto, I colori, il cibo e l’architettura coloniale: molti giovani europei e sudamericani si fermano a vivere qui infatti.
Dopo tre giorni spesi a visitare la citta’ e’ ora di sposarsi verso la giungla, prossimo stop ...
... the pep talk front the hostel staff I booked an overnight to San Cristobal (which came highly recommended by both the guide book and the hostel staff). Luckily the hostel staff were kind enough to give me a refund for my second night stay considering I wasn't staying (which they actually offered, I wasn't going to ask because I figured it was my stuff up so my cost). Anyway first big bus ride of my trip and I was prepared for a horrid one. Not at all... ...
... locals. We still ended up with punishing tequila hangovers the next morning so we are not sure what the difference was! Slighty fuzzy headed we packed our bags again the next morning for one of our long travel days, a 10 hour bus journey to the town of Palenque for our next Mayan history lesson. Although smaller than some of the other Mayan cities, Palenque is known to have some of the finest examples of Mayan architecture and carvings dating back as far as ...