Hotel Tierra y Cielo
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... us for the night in her house. Later that evening we went out with her and her roommates. As much as we didn't like the city, so much we loved that perfect night out. Good music and good people around us!
We headed back to Cancun the next day, from where we immediately took a ferry to Isla Mujeres. A laid back atmosphere and good people around us made for a good time again. We spent another day in Cancun afterwards, as we had found out we could go to a waterpark ...
... only $150 paso for 4 hrs. We met at the tour guide place near our hostel and had drove us 15 min out of town to a place near the mountains. Most horses were quite skinny but lovely natured. We ride through beautiful forest terrain, past running creeks and around rocks up the mountain side. We trotted to a town and tied our horses up and had a look around. The ride back felt as though it went quickly ...
Then up to the Templo de Guadalupe, Mexico’s patron saint, which is the other of the city‘s 2 main churches.
Road works abound to make this city more walkable and attractive to the tourists. Signage is controlled and with buildings being repainted I can ...
... them to her). We also got stung by a little boy of about 7 on our walk down from one of the lookouts who stopped us with a pen and paper and asked us to write our names for him, "it is for school". So Emily stopped, wrote our names and then noticed the column next to nationality that said "contribution"... Justin was not happy! There was a little village a short collectivo ride from San Cristobal called San Juan which we had heard was self governed and still ...
... on our wigs. Caused much hilarity amongst the locals with James wearing his red, white and green Mohawk. Even got our photo taken by a journalist with a Seattle paper who recognized our nationalistic fervor. The ringing of the bell was at 11 o'clock and was followed with lots of Viva Mexico's from the crowd, the National anthem and then the most irresponsible fireworks you could ever imagine. They had them at ...