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... strange furry vests, and there were branches attached to the crosses. Absolutely unreal. People selling Amber jewellery were literally ambushing the car. So pushy. Got back to the city and didn't pay for the tour. We went to the movies again because we got the two for one entry! Had maccas for a snack and more popcorn of coarse. I bought the sickest Adidas shoes! So happy. We saw captive! It was pretty ******, but still good. Came back to the hotel and spoke to mum and Johno ...
... farms. According to Google, there are 3,200 in the region; no doubt not all of them were here but this was a mighty sight. Gabriel told us that thermo-energy and hydro-energy are in use in this country and there is one nuclear plant in Veracruz. Most of the morning was spent on the road. We passed from Oaxaca state to Chiapas state and arrived in the capital Tuxtla Guttierez just before noon. It is a big city and we ...
... half. Served with rice, tortillas, salsa, peppers and onions, it was more than filling. And all for under a fiver, including a soft drink.
The streets were very similar to Campeche with colourfully painted single storey shops and dwellings and quite a bit of bunting hung up. On one long street (about half a mile) there must have been around fifty men scrapping and painting walls all along it.
The streets were full of lots of people ...
... sites in Chiapas.
We continue on to our hotel for the next 2 nights. Hotel Bo.
Wow! What an incredible hotel. Wood, recycled materials, local artists providing the art and a gorgeous garden.
We head out for dinner to Casa Mexicana after a quick hotel inspection.
Post dinner drinks is called for! We end up in a bar called Revolucion - viva Mexico! Beers, mescal, wine ... It's a fun night and we all go back to Bo happy ...
... Maybe they had seen her with me, and thought that the gringo has money. I also immediately thought of the 5000 pesos that I had lost in a deal with the one other Mexican women that I had trusted and almost become involved with - the aborted wedding videography project.
The story goes as follows. She got the phone call a short while after dropping her daughter at school. The voice said that they had her daughter, and she heard a young girl's ...