Hotel Posada San Cristobal
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... but that it has been patented by some company in the U.S.A - figures! After this we went to a French restaurant which we´d read great things about online. Our lunch was outstanding and I´m now a huge fan of French food. Stuart ordered the duck ravioli served with muchroom sauce and I had a leek and potato soup served with freshly baked bread and butter. Both were incredibly rich in a really luxurious way and we were glad of the artichoke ...
... in San Juan Chamula
I even ate some ants.
It was good to be around the Mayan people, really makes me miss Guatemala, all the great food and customs are so similar here to that in Guatemala.
Now to work!
Life is good!
... Iguana Hostel we did a spot of sunbathing on the roof until Han came round to cook everyone the curry he had promised us the night before. It was a Korean/Thai fusion curry and it was absolutely immense! Everybody had a second helping and plates were just about licked clean! It was a perfect ending to a lovely day and our time in San Cristobal. Tomorrow we are up at 5am to catch the bus to ...
... Filewtte salteado en mantequilla, ajo y chile guajillo accopmpanados de arroz y ensalada. Total cost was effectively just a few pesos under 200 / NZ$ 18.80 / US$ 15.25.
As it was Cody’s birthday we celebrated beforehand with a few drinks and his breaking of a pinata.
... style and building technique. For all these mesoamerican civilizations the key factor which enabled them to support such populations was the development of agriculture and the cultivation of maize. There appears to have been considerable war like competition between neighboring communities, with the sacrifice by decapitation of rival leaders being a popular pastime.