Hotel La Ceiba
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... some project they were doing. Naturally Lol volunteered me for the task so I was standing in the middle of the central square with a camera on me answering questions about being a humanitarian!?
One evening we met up with the Germans for a few beers one beer turning into many and we decided to head onto another bar we'd heard a lot about which was packed with locals and backpackers alike. San Cristobal seems to have a completely different type of ...
... The cactus grows til it's 10 or 12, gets chopped down to like a crown shape. Then cooked in an oven like a hangi. Then ground up using a stone wheel powered by a horse. Then fermented for 14 days. He pulp then shoveled into a oven with a hot fire underneath it. The steam is condensed and is the alcohol that is then put into the barrel before bottling. Quite a smelly place and the mezcal very smoky flavored. Interesting. Then the drive began. ...
... in the brightest shades of pink, green, yellow, purple, red and blue you could imagine. The pants were mostly orange, some wearing copper brown leggings. Some of the participants were very young, the training evidently learned at an early age.
Instruments were a major part of the action of the second group. Noisemakers competed with guitars, drums and accordions.
Many people were seated around the main square, taking things in. There were ...
... here. A multitude of Spanish schools see a lot of long termers staying here for a good few week to months.
Day 370: Wednesday 23rd January 2013
I managed to get a surprising amount of sleep on the bus. We arrived earlier than advertised but fortunately not too early for the touts to be out in full force. This turned out to be one of those rare occasions where this actually worked in ...
... which takes place there from 4 to 23 January every year to honor local patron saints.
In 2010, the festival was included in UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists , as "Parachicos in the traditional January feast of Chiapa de Corzo".Since then, the event has evidently experienced a surge in interest, making the Dance of the Parachicos the ...