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... and only bought a bracelet on this occasion!! The streets are just what you picture Mexico to be like, cute multicoloured buildings, lots of flags and an unreal number of Beatles!! My car fascination has now moved on from wanting a black mini with white polka dots on the top to wanting a Beatle!!
The whole of San Cristobal can be seen from a view point in front of a church, obviously this meant climbing many steps. However instead of walking up them we decided to ...
... determined not to let sleep deprivation control our trip so we headed out to the 2 city vantage points to take in the views of the city. 280 steps up to the sites (thank you Tammy for the step count), a couple of miles of walking, and one workout on public gym equipment that made me glad I had just gotten my tetanus shot, we had accomplished what we had set out to do for the day. On our way back we came across a BBQ chicken joint that served up ...
... that he has 4 wheels. Whatever. But I did meet a few people who fit the qualifications, including a French-South African husband n wife team making their way from California to Patagonia.
San Cristobal is a fun town to explore, as it caters mainly to pedestrians, and has nice weather to stroll around in. The main center has a building code that maintains its colonial atmosphere and disallows modernized ...
... love we ourselves are not giving in the present."
Sharing a kitchen, lounge and bathrooms with a very nice Spanish couple, I am very happy in my peaceful room in the authentic Mexican burrio of La Isla, only a few minutes walk from the old colonial town centre, now a trendy cosmopolitan hub consisting of two perpendicular walking streets lined with cafes, restaurants, bars, chocolaterias, craft shops, churches, a craft and food market, and blocks of streets leading ...
... rain as he guided us through the woods, up and down steep rocky terrain, with our horses sinking into the thick mud. As soon as the horses approached flat grassy land they bolted and we held on for dear life as they galloped away. This continued for an hour until we reached the old village of Chulma. We met another Aussie couple who expressed similar concern for their lives so we rode back with them. As drenched, sore and fearful as we were, it ...