Hotel Posada La Media Luna
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... rest of the group for a small walking tour at 4:30. We made our way to the main square, Plaza 31 de Marzo, which is dominated by the Palacio Municipal and the cathedral. We went for an early dinner at TierrAdentro cafe. I had a Hawaiian pizza and Dylan steak and veggies. After dinner we had a look at the supermarket then got some chocolates from a chocolate shop then back to our room. Nathan joined Dylan for a drink and I looked at pictures. Off to bed at about ...
... Guatemala and into Mexico, it was a long, long journey but great to see the landscape change and the mountain roads are beautiful if only slightly terrifying.
We were told about the town San Christobel De la Cases by the family we stayed with in Belize, they had thought about living there and said it was a great place. Wow how lucky we were, the town was having it's spring fiesta, there was music everywhere, flowers. ...
One of the days we decided to do a tour out to the local Indian villages. It was a Sunday so would be a busy market day for them. We heading off in the morning and stopped at a local cemetery which had an abandoned church and into the town to where the new church was built. The guide explained that the local religion is a mix between their traditional Mayan religion and Catholicism. The new church, he explained, had statues of Christian saints and of ...
... down the middle of the market outside the church square. Food items for the day, veggies for the week and toys for a lifetime were on offer. It was for many a simple chance to socialize.
I stopped for a final look at a troupe of the colourful performers. One guy let off a firecracker some 3m from me. I guess it started me enough to make some of the locals laugh.
Had to wait some 15M for the locals [from Guatemala] to return. Jumpy was ...
... and different experience.
I hope my words give a sense of what it was like.
To a certain extent the magic and mysticism of the visit was spoilt by being pestered by young kids as we came of of the church. Anything for money, and difficult to shake off..
I retrieved my camera-battery and walked back to the minibus.
While waiting I noticed a man sleeping and thought it was the closest I'd come to the archetypical image of Mexico....