Mansion de Los Angeles
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... we had a free afternoon to do as we pleased. Jerry, Mark, Liz, Rodney and myself went off to explore the markets. We started in the local market which seemed to go on forever. When we found the craft market we thought we were in seventh heaven. On the way back to the hotel I bought a backpack from a little boutique craft shop.
After a pleasant but exhausting number of hours in the craft market, he 5 of us went to dinner at a restaurant called "500 Noches" ...
... self governed by elected civil and religious leaders for a 1 year term. We then walked down to the Leader's house. A Leader is chosen for a year and his role is to live and maintain this area of worship. I think it involved a lot of drinking of "Pos" (posh) an alcohol liquid while socialising with the men of the community. We walked back through the square and into the markets where there was the fruits, spices and indigenous clothing. The next village, ...
... making a beautiful canyon with water 80 metres deep and hills a 1000 meters high, quite spectacular. In a recess in the rock is a little shrine, the famous Lady of Guatalupe. She gets taken down to different fishing villages for religious ceremonies, once a year in November. We saw quite a few crocodiles and the captain of the speedboat went up so close that even we were nervous!
We took a collectivo (minibus taxi) 15 pesos ea to the village of San Juan Chamula. ...
... night there was no overnight bus but rather an early morning bus the next day to head out of the beautiful San Cristobal and on to Panajachel, Guatemala (Woooooo new county and no overnight bus). Thank you once again for checking out our blog, the next post will be about our adventures in Panajachel, Guatemala. We hope you're enjoying the entries and it makes you want to go out and travel (but ultimately it's to reassure our parents that we are ...
... but they are high on partying, and it seems that every bar, restaurant, and coffee shop, no matter how small, turns into a dance floor after 10pm. I went to Revolution bar with a couple of new friends from the hostel - an American embassy worker, and a confused college student from Barcelona - to have some good Cuban food and listen to live music. It was a great vibe, and the energy (and mescal) kept us up til the ...