Hotel Posada Tepeyac

Address: Calle Real de Guadelupe 40, San Cristobal de las Casas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Real de Guadelupe 40, San Cristobal de las Casas.
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    Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas

    Once upon a time in Mexico...

    A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Apr 18, 2015

    23 photos

    ... priced between 10 and 20 peso (R7.50-R15), a torta is similar to a taco, using a baguette instead of a tortilla, so basically a sandwich. One torta is enough for a light meal, tacos you need at least three. Street Buritos are also cheap, but with so little filling it is always disappointing. Marquesitas are crispy pancakes with a variety of fillings, found everywhere in the streets on the Yucatan peninsula, 15 peso (R11).

    There are many local restaurants that ...

    Half way

    A travel blog entry by worldchallenge3 on Dec 09, 2014

    Hey guys, sorry it has been a while but we have had a pretty hectic past few days! Last time we spoke to you guys we were still at our project at the SOS Childrens Village, which seems forever ago for us! On our last night at the Project we were thrown a goodbye party by the village with party food, a cake & a piñata! It was a nice way for us to say goodbye to the village where we had made such a large contribution too over the 4days we were ...

    San Cristobal and Palenque

    A travel blog entry by allanamue on Jun 04, 2014

    21 photos

    ... jungle. The best ruins we have seen so far, still half buried by vegetation and surrounded by the roaring of local gorillas. I still can't get my head around the fact that these places existed and were inhabited so long ago. It seems as though these places were abandoned after being over exploited of all the local resources, so the Mayans had to move on. Archeologists continue to discover, conserve and piece together the history of the Mayans today. Next stop ...

    Spanish hippieville & shamanic churches

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Mar 12, 2014

    20 photos

    ... their arms & it finished with a local man sacrificing a chicken as instructed by the shaman. It’s sounds mad & looked it but there is some local sense behind it or at least understanding. There’s a really good article explaining about it that you can see at San Juan Chamula church article

    We managed to get the first half of the Arsenal game which we didn't look like winning before jumping on a 5hr 160km bus to head to ...

    Zinacantan - native or indigenous people

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 30, 2013

    1 comment, 54 photos

    ... 1 wife unlike the Chamula who allows many! Intermarrying between the Zinacantan and Chamula people does occur. They do get on well together.

    The candles have 5 colours representing the 5 directions. The fifth direction (green) being to the centre.

    The corn has 4 natural ...