Posada Diego De Mazariegos

Flores 2, Chiapas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29200, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chiapas

Cute little Coyoacan

A travel blog entry by marshaonthemove on Nov 02, 2012

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... I never did figure out if anyone had a destination or if they were just wandering aimlessly like we were! The costumes were incredible, ranging from beautiful Catrinas to villians of pop culture movies. Never have I seen so many kids dressed up as Dracula and Chucky from Child's Play. Despite the incredible number of people and serious lack of personal space Natalie and I never would have chosen to be ...

The Road to San Cristobal

A travel blog entry by ryanhaber on Feb 14, 2012

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... among other things, that you can meet actual Mexicans going about their actual business, and that fare is far more economical. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, the vehicle is lower to the ground, which is essential for surviving the curving road with all its bumps and dips. The hairpin turns turn larger vehicles, like the intercity buses, into veritable vomitoriums.
The countryside ...

Mexico City - Again

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Feb 04, 2012

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... Coffee and biscuits anyone?

At 10 pm following our arrival from Cuba we boarded a night bus for Oaxaca. At 5am we arrived and donned our fleeces (because it was so bloody cold) and waited for the hostel to open. It was actually when of the better bus journeys I have had so far and managed to sleep for a while; ear plugs and a neck brace work wonders! I remember spending six terrible hours on a bus from Munich to northern Italy when I was 14yo for a ski trip; definitely ...

Mexico City: the end of the beginning!

A travel blog entry by conchwillow on Aug 19, 2011

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... that he is clearly over 60 and the most shocking thing about him are his man boobs.

But by the end of it we are cheering along with the crowd to everyone’s favourite, a superannuated, vertically challenged Russell Grant looky-likey called Super Porky. He was a menace with his body slam. I can still hear the cries now “Por-ky! Por-ky!”

We went on a Tuesday which is for really dedicated Lucha Libre aficionados, ...

Fireworks and Roosters in Chiapas

A travel blog entry by thescribe on Feb 25, 2011

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... town that offers a lovely summer setting for backpackers and travelers who want to get to know real aspects of Mexico. You won't be surrounded in picturesque jungles, just colonial life that's centered around tiny, hole-in-the-wall businesses, street markets, families, quaint restaurants, beautiful churches, and peace and quite in your days. This is a piece of heaven for the travelers and exhausted tourists who are just seeking the simple charms of Southern Mexican life.