Hotel Tierra y Cielo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Banquet room
- Room service
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... and I snacked on some more dry bread.
Bus number four of the journey was a small van from Arriaga to Tuxtla. It took around two hours and was thankfully uneventful. I was feeling much better by then, anyway. We got to Tuxtla around 3:30 and were able to get tickets right away for the bus to San Cristobal.
The bus up to San Cristobal only took about 45 minutes, during which time we climbed from 500m elevation of Tuxtla to over 2100m ...
... of lightning that at one point one bolt was enough to cause a mass power cut. We got back to the hotel sopping wet only to discover that the rest of the group had eaten at the restaurant opposite and had waited for us to get there as well! I blame Carlos/Ignacio. The next day was a 6 hour journey through the mountains so I mentally prepared myself by watching Greys Anatomy. Standard. Mexico is such a varied place to visit and there's lots more to ...
... take a taxi and just be stuck in traffic. It was only a fifteen minute walk and gave us our first glance of the streets - narrow cobbled streets with the beautifully painted buildings we had become used to.
We were soon standing outside the building where Rossco Backpackers Hostel should be but there didn't appear to be a door - just a large, plain black garage door. On closer inspection, there was a normal sized door in the large door - David ...
... and has wi fi in the room, decided to move away from room B even though that was a much better room. In fact my fingers become cold and numb so it was certainly time to move and meant that I could work ...
... directly over the crowd so the spent fireworks landed on people as they were looking up at the new fireworks. They had an image of Zappata, sombreros, guitars, and the crowning glory was Viva Mexico. One of the spinning ones took off and landed by all the food stalls. The fire engine was almost required. Walking home we passed an ambulance with two people inside, one getting his eyes bandaged and the ...