Hotel Tierra y Cielo
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Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... eateries, it didn't quite feel like Mexico. After walking 6 blocks further into the city soon turned into run down buildings, polluted streets, people trying to earn a living selling corn cobs or tacos, selling any produce according to season, even young children lining the streets trying to sell jewellery or just sit and beg. This were true Mexico. Amazing how we walk across from one side of town to the other and see the different areas of changing ...
... the road on the bends. It was a bit like being on a roller coaster and un-nerving on the flat lands, by the time we reached the mountains it was downright scary - perhaps these weren't the best seats after all.
We eventually made it to our destination in one piece although surprised by the traffic in the town. It was a Saturday afternoon but it was chaos, it took about 20 minutes to travel 2km. We decided it would be easier to walk to our ...
San Cristóbal de las Casas, also known by its native Tzotzil name, Jovel is a town and municipality located in the Central Highlands region of the Mexican state of Chiapas. It was the capital of the state until 1892, and is still considered the cultural capital of Chiapas.
We checked into what we thought was a hostel recommended by Lonely Planet but we realised the next day was actually the place next door. We were happy though to have found somewhere at 11.30pm. It was signed as a bed and breakfast however it was missing a crucial element - the breakfast. Not too worry as the food in San Cristobal was fantastic. If there are two things we have seen a lot of on our trip thus far they are ruins and colonial towns. San Cristobal was the ...
... main attraction is a fantastically coloured, bright and unique church in the centre square. There were fireworks being let off, full brass bands and traditional costumes flourishing in and around the church. It felt like a real fiesta or celebration. We would have taken some photos but the locals forbid photos to be taken.
Macushla went inside the church and loved its unique and different feel and approach, suggesting ...