Hotel Posada La Media Luna
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... local products however it all became more of the same. I was looking for textiles and the ones I liked looked manufactured rather than artisanal. I later found one in a store that was perfect but baulked at parting with M$16,000 for it! As I wandered the maze of the market I lost Alister and Peter so continued back to town and up to the Templo de Gaudelupe up the hill. The view was spectacular although the steps were a trial. The church itself was fairly basic. On my way back I ...
... online about demonstrations that have been held there over the years. This set-back ended up working in our favour as it meant we would now be leaving for Palenque on the same day as Alex and Clancy. That night one of the hostel owners pals came round to cook us all a curry for a nominal contribution of MX$25 per head to cover ingredients. The curry was so tasty and the chef, Han, followed it up with a pub quiz for us all to take part in. ...
... were back in San Cristobal, we returned to Funky Burritos to sample some of their legendary cuisine as a late lunch with Rachel and Kelly. We were all starving and the burritos were only cooked 2 at a time but they were definitely worth the wait! After we had finished, the owner Lal brought us over another one of the shots that tasted like mint chocolate ice cream - delicious!
... tucked out of the way. Was told it had wi fi in the room (but it didn‘t) but at least it had windows facing and even a little desk!
Time to try again and copy some of my Mexico City Sunday photos to my external hard drive again but that is another story best left ...
Overnight 15-hour bus from Tulum to San Cristobal, a nice two-bed dorm (?) to myself and wandering around the town for a couple of days, checking out some music and hanging around internet cafes, appreciating the occasional conversation in English with the hostess of my favourite breakfast place or the guy from Spain hanging out of the jazz club door, or the guy in the Mezcal bar who was touristing from another part of Mexico and kindly paid for a ...