Hotel Posada Real de Chiapas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... it was a bit of an alternative. The garden out back had a bunch of plants used in traditional medicines, along with what they're used for. A disproportionate number of them seemed to be for diarrhea; I guess it's not only tourists who get afflicted in Mexico.
I walked back along more streets where the tourists don't go, passing the furniture district along the way. The beautiful Mexican pine furniture, made locally by craftsmen, would look amazing in ...
... and we were so nearly ready to go home at midnight when we spotted Ernesto with his friends. They 'convinced' us to join them at the cafe Revolucion again..disaster! More drinks and boogying later (so naughty!), headed back home more than tipsy and collapsed in bed (alarm set for 6am..crikey...) V and mini V (my liver is not made for 2 consecutive nights of ...
... but less so than Cancn and seems to have a more
laid back feel to it. It also boasts some Maya ruins right on the coast which are a definite drawcard, but we felt after Tikal and Yaxha in Guatemala we had for the time being “done ruins” (or were temporarily maybe “ruined”!) so didn’t include them on our visit to Tulum. We camped just the one night there at the local fishermen’s cooperative site just back from the beach called the Co-op ...
... working weaving and packing the flowers together. There were little girls, around 3-5 helping their father bunch together these flowers. There was all local dress that men and women wear, hanging up on the walls. Out the back the girls were weaving and in the back back room, local woman were making tortillas for us to sample. These were really nice, and we also sampled a local drink that was 40% alcohol- it was quite strong! Here you could buy some ...
... someone is doing a degree in peace studies...but they are all SUPER nice and the hostel was really communal. Was quite homey, they even let me have some home made curry which was really nice. I'd booked my Guatemala trip with the hostel but found out they had no space so I then had to run back into town to try and find someone to take me. Not enjoying all the excessive amounts of running around here! One of the agencies, although ...