Hotel Posada Real de Chiapas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
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This morning, I woke up rested and re-energized. Most everyone in the group left early on a day tour to get a boat ride through a local famous canyon. But after yesterday's eventfulness, the last thing I wanted was to spend today on buses and boats. I decided to just stay put and check out the town on my own schedule, taking a bit of a breather from the pace of the tour.
I took care of a few necessities, like dropping off some laundry and finding an ...
After the ordeal of the bus trip we walked around with the Germans from our tour earlier in the day. They had accommodation booked, but we didn't. It was 10pm when we arrived so we decided to go with them to their hostel and see if they had space. Unfortunatley they didn't so we went off looking for something ourselves. Luckily at 11pm we found a very decent place right in the centre of town which was in our budget.
San Cristobal de Las Casas instantly ...
Well sadly we've come to the end of our travels in Mexico. Ahh Mexico! So many amazing things to write about! I had better get started ... there is just so much to say! Throughout our travels we have noticed many different aspects. One being their clothing. Where we are staying now (San Cristobal), their traditional outfit is a skirt made purely out of black sheep wool, with a t-shirt tucked in. I have also seen white ...
... just one bathroom for several beds, a pokey kitchen and totally disinterested receptionists. If we rate it on the Hostel World website it’s going to get under 40%. Needless to say we only spent one night there.
The old town itself is quite compact in area yet contains some nice 18th century era buildings and is listed as a Unesco World Heritage site. It was once enclosed by fortifying walls into which the builders let two gates, one to the sea – ...
... The church looked really pretty from the outside and when we went inside we felt that same sense of peace that we find in any religious site. While we embraced the feeling, Subash and I started to talk about religion and what we believe in and what we have observed and what we learnt. Our insight is that no matter what religion you maybe, the path to peace and the structures that represent these religions are a good example of the feeling of what peace would feel like. We realised ...