Hotel Tierra y Cielo
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... undisturbed until loggers came through and because they weren't Christianised they weren't impacted by western influences. Many still have long hair and wear white tunics.
The museum of Na- Blom means "house of the jaguar" and it's philosophy is to inspire people to think globally act locally. Trudy Blom made it her life's work to commit to the Lacandon people by providing with health care plans, tree farms to promote reforestation and to ...
... her, and was quite surprised that she was asking me to lend her such a big sum of cash. 10 000 pesos (about $800) was a big chunk of my travel fund, and about the sum that I had saved up from my time in Playa del Carmen. Citlali told me later that she immediately came to me because I had told her that I had done well in Playa, and she knew I had some "spare" cash.
Of course I wanted to know what the money was for. She was quite cagey about it, and when ...
... explanations of the description. Light and dark are always subject to one's personal reflections, and the lightness of having a good time, dancing, drinking, and partying can represent the dark side for some of us. There is a certain dark underbelly of Playa that was exposed while I was there by the arrest in the US of a prominent Playa business man caught with a small plane load of cocaine. It seems many of the businesses in this coastal resort town are funded and used ...
... we met Oscar on his low slung Harley returning from a journey to the borderlands. Oscar explained that the winds were bad on the coastal plain to the east and that we should take care.
We exchanged contacts with Oscar and pressed on. The wind got stronger but we have had many high wind experiences. On one notable occasion on the motorway south of Glasgow in the UK it was blowing so hard we were being pushed across the lane with the back wheel ...
... was the smelly non showered one! We headed in the direction of the main square or zocalo. My first impressions of San Cristobal was that it was more laid back even than Oaxaca. I also noticed a lot more traditionally dressed indigenous people around. Some of which are so short they only come up to my waist. I had to jump at one stage, we were all standing on the sidewalk and this tiny lady started talking but I couldn't see where she was coming from, she ...