Hotel Rincon del Arco

Ejercito Nacional 66, San Cristobal de las Casas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29220, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ejercito Nacional 66, San Cristobal de las Casas, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas

    Ruins, waterfalls and shoes

    A travel blog entry by joelsalmon on Jul 05, 2014

    Palenque The journey from Merida took a pleasant eight hours. Again the roads were as straight as a ruler for most of it and surrounded by forest. The roads here are strange- they're generally in very good condition but there are rarely many cars on the road. The only traffic jams are when you get stuck behind a tractor. It seems West Country problems have been exported to Mexico... I discovered on the way that Mary, a Northern Irish primary ...

    Cañon del Sumidero and Chiapa de Corzo

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 07, 2014

    31 photos

    ... by indigenous people for over 2,000 years. When the Spanish invaded and had the upper hand, instead of surrendering the locals jumped off the cliff. That is put into a bit more perspective when you know the canyon walls are about 200m high with the water about 40m at the deepest point.

    Today, the river has a dam built on it, one of the biggest in Mexico at about 720 m high. ...

    Zinacantan - native or indigenous people

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 30, 2013

    1 comment, 54 photos

    ... to pay whatever is needed in order to celebrate the feasts. These three kinds of cargos (“charges”) are in fact a hierarchy. They constitute an ascending scale in the same order as they are described below. One can never become one of the moletik if he hasn't been a martomo first ...

    Eating and Sacrificing

    A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Aug 21, 2013

    ... own police and their own church, They allow the Bishop in from time to time but it is rare and he has no control over their parish.

    It is this church and religion that brings 1000's of tourists to the village every yr. The town square is huge and on one whole side of the plaza sits the small white church, the window and door frames painted in bright blues and greens - its very pretty and makes you want to go inside.

    Of course they know ...

    Week Six

    A travel blog entry by sian_and_jim on Aug 12, 2013

    17 photos

    ... convinced to go on our hostel's weekly pub crawl which started at three in the afternoon. Needless to say that 3pm tequila shots are not conducive to a long night and we were all neatly tucked in bed by 10pm. It must have been a good afternoon as we managed to sleep through an small earthquake/tremor that occurred later that evening! The early night turned out to be a blessing as we had an 8am bus to catch the next morning to ...