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... cascading across lots of different platforms, with bright blue & turquoise water. Again, swimming was an option, but the part you were allowed to swim in was a bit of a murky pond. Suffice to say we collectively gave it a miss. The place was a little bit ruined by the sheer number of stalls and hawkers trying to sell everything from mini bananas through to rugs. Before all of the tourist stalls were added, ...
Coming to San Cristobal de Las Casas (SCDLC) was quite a difference to Mazunte and Puerto Escondido as it lays much higher and therefore it's much colder here. And it rains a lot more. The city is also the most touristic that we have seen so far, full of foreigners everywhere. In contrast to that, there is a lot of poverty here and it can be seen on every corner of the street. There are children selling clothes, chewing gum and even cigarettes and they are ...
... be married and are appointed for a year. A position of prestige. This community has 122 leaders. Currently a 26 year wait till being appointed. They need to save money, rent a house for a year plus their own money is needed for all of the year's costs. They need an assistant who duties involves changing plants, lighting fires and 3 times a day ...
... market, he opened the doors to another world!
All this food, SO MUCH and so cheap. Food, electronical goods and if you find time, why not stop by the barber? I spent two hours in there and I could not take my eyes off all the colours and my nose had a hard time identifying all the mixed Odeurs.
So much going on, wherever I looked, there was something new to explore.
Welcome to San Cristóbal!
Welcome to food paradise!
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Welcome to paradise!
... fellow travellers. We arrived quite late so after settling in and finding some dinner, we got an early night in preparation for our 3am tour to Tikal. We arrived at Tikal around 4:30am and hiked through the ruins for about half an hour to reach Temple Four by sunrise. It was a beautiful and quite meditative experience as the ruins emerged from the jungle and mist as it got lighter. Unfortunately there was such a thick layer of mist that we didn't ...