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... the PBA tortilla Im hoping to go Guatemalan Viral (I.E. word of mouth) After lunch the real caos began VBS Day Two (Melissa and Pete's Day) Washing of the feet and communion Carla started with the lesson and song (Jesus loves me) than we moved into the craft we made soap. We split the kids up into four separate groups each corner had an adult with cups, supplies, wax paper, food coloring, and cookie cutters. I was in the star corner with blue and green food ...
... the streets, strolling through an eye opening fruit and meat market.
Back on the bus then, and back to the port by 3pm. It was a reasonable day and introduction to Mexico and its culture. Our guide was friendly and informative. The ruins were interesting but Id liked to have seen and learned more. The chocolate was awesome! Definitely on the menu for dessert tonight. Sailing away from Puerto Chiapas, we've spent a couple hours in the pool, ...
... our sleeping bags and turned the lights out for the night.
I slept ok, but it was definitely colder than other camping nights ive experienced.
We were due to get up at 345am to hike to the summit for sunrise, but the guides obviously made a decision not to wake us as the rain never let up and with the low lying clouds we wouldn't have seen any sunrise at all.
So when we were woken at about 8am for breakfast we were surprised to see daylight!
Breakfast was ...
We arrived at 7 this morning - into a very hot and sunny Mexican day, 94 F at least. The port is located at the southern most tip of Mexico and borders Guatemala. If nothing more my geography will have improved!
We were a bit surprised over the presence of the military complete with camo, Uzi machine guns and billy sticks. The ship also had a military escort while the pilot was on board.
The city of Tapachula is 17 miles away and we headed off for ...
... now we know how the monks felt. Also, San Bartolome was the founder of the town. Probably one of those do-gooder Jesuits who only brought disease and destruction, maybe we do the same ( I hope not) on another level, with our Western habits (good pun,no?) Anyway, for some unknown reason we liked the place and stayed another night. Again, I was unsure when I saw a sign in the window, 'se solicita muchachos' , my bad Spanish made me think it meant we sell boys, as all the staff ...