Hotel Posada San Cristobal
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... to her. She kept it up for about twenty minutes, but I'm made of sterner stuff.
I'm not letting Mrs Robinson win this battle of wits.
The journey otherwise is uneventful. Five hours or so up into the mountains on a road that would do a corkscrew justice with only the one stop for a toilet break.
The scenery is still very green and lush and for long stretches you can see little subsistence farmers all along the route tilling and ...
... br> Back on the bus we weave our way from Chamula to Zinacantan which is about a 10 min drive away. In this community the woman wear very colourful outfits and the ponchos worn by men have embroidered flower motifs and it is famous for it's stunning flowers. In fact the flowers from this village are sold all over Southern Mexico. They are a major source of income and in the green houses there are flowers of all types whilst in the fields are green with cilantro, ...
... makes your stomach churn and your fingers go numb, will soon turn into a straight, calm road.............this chilli burn that has ignighted your eyes, nose, lips and ears...will pass.
3. Smile and be friendly...it helps.
And one for the kids
What do you call a Mexican who loses his car?
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... favourite city of the trip. It's a colonial city which has such a mix of Mexican people, from local Indians selling handicrafts to wealthy socialites mingling in the towns many trendy restaurants and bars. We explored the local markets and starting collecting bits and pieces which we have been planning to buy to take home. Our backpacks are stuffed, hammocks, pepper sauces, clothes and little bits and pieces for the house. It's always nice after a long trip like ...
... Zealand take schooling for granted!! Some dogs have got mud matted hair, broken limbs and are so skinny that they have their ribs showing and are forced to eat whatever they can scavenge.
Year 8 maths equals hard; especially when I'm only year 7. It is the hardest work I've ever done and we are doing a subject which I'm learning for the first time (decimals) ... but to say that I am understanding them a lot better. ...