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Day 267 We were happy to take things slowly this morning, after a physically demanding day yesterday. Ben went round to the shop and saw Fabian on the way. Fabian is very much looking forward to the weekend as he regularly works 7am to 10pm on weekdays. As Ben passed on the way back, he and the lads were tucking into coffee and pastries from a mobile stall. We were both wearing shorts as we strolled ...
... jungle. We swam in the river and Alex decided to also let his phone have a dip - which spelt the end of that! After agreeing we had seen enough Mayan ruins for a lifetime we turned our attention towards food. First we stopped in the colourful town of San Cristobel de Las Casis to recharge our batteries. This was a pretty pit stop where we could get some chores done. But we were particularly keen to get to Oaxaca (pronounced Wahaka like the popular Mexican restaurant chain in ...
... only possible to hire an entire boat at a cost of $150MXN per hour...all well and good if you're sharing between 10-14 people but not so great for a solo traveller. I asked around, trying to find a boat that would take random collections of people as opposed to groups but was told no such boats existed...until finally, someone took pity on me and told me to go to a different dock, a short walk away, where I could find the colectivos boats.
All I wanted was to get out on ...
... are asking if we want any.
We wander down Colima street and find a cute little cafe. It is a little chilly in the shade today so initially it was coffee time for me, but we see smoothies on the menu. With a little help from an English speaking customer, we order a strawberry (Hinesh) and strawberry and mango (me) smoothies. Our "smoothies" are in fact frappes (frozen juice), so we endure ice cream headaches as we sip on our drinks and end up shivering as we step outside to ...
Alright, so I have to admit that I was quite prejudice towards the capital. I imagined, in part due to stories, a dirty city. A very large slum-like area with only a small richer district. Boy was I wrong! We stayed in a small hotel right in the center. Just outside, skyscrapers of glas everywhere. The first morning we took a long walk through this area, past the Angel of Independence, through several parks and towards the ...
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