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Travel Blogs from Tapachula
... finishing laying the concrete down. Today was the toughest workout so fare. Sam and I both have bruises on our arms from supporting the concrete buckets, but totally worth it. We than walked over to the church for lunch there were all ready kids waiting for us. It didn't take long for them to be comfortable with us at all. They were tickling, hugging, even kissing sometimes. We had a break for lunch and I am proud to say I started a new Guatemalan food trend today. We ...
... and opportunity to purchase. This was excellent chocolate, among the best Ive tasted. I had cocoa beans, powder, clumps of cocoa, hot chocolate, and flavored samples and varieties; Traditional, Vanilla, Almond, bitter, almond and peanut butter. We withdrew some local currency in Mexican Pesos, (1AUD = around 11.5 MEX Pesos) and took a few bags with us. Heres hoping they make it back to Australia. With some free time, we explored the local church ...
Spent our last night in Mexico in the country's southernmost town, Tapachula, staying in an amazing hotel – Casa Mexicana (thoroughly recommended if you should ever find yourself in this part of the world!) and then successfully, if lengthily (3 hours!) and expensively negotiated our passage across the border into ...
... grass, purple flowers and blue skies. Fab. This time we had delicious trail mix to boost the energy levels.
The next stop should have been our lunch break, but as the clouds in the distance started to turn a nasty shade of grey we all agreed to continue on to camp and get the tents up before the rain came. So a quick chocolate break and we were off again.
Cathal and I managed to maintain our places at the front of the group and arrived into our place of camp with only ...
... found his passport,long after the stress at every checkpoint that they might ask,not believe us and send us back, or worse!Into San Cristobal, we fell in love,mainly for the fresh mountain air, but also for the beauty of the city and the people from many native cultures who sell their wares there. The only thing destroying it is the traffic.As in most of Chiapas we have found bicycle and motorbike taxis,which are great to travel in,(little shelters on the front, like ...
Other places to stay in Tapachula
Km. 3.5 Carretera a Puerto Madero, Tapachula | 2 star hotelfrom $66
Av. Central Sur No. 94, Tapachula | Hotelfrom $31
Carr. Nueva Alemania km 39 + 2, Tapachula | Hotelfrom $124
Carretera Costera 200, Km 244, Tapachula | 2 star hotelfrom $90
Prolongacion Central Oriente Sin Numero, Tapachula | 2 star hotelfrom $82
9a Calle Poniente 17, Tapachula | Hotelfrom $64
9A Oriente No. 54-A, Tapachula | 5 star hotelfrom $127
1a. Av. Sur No. 19, Tapachula | Hotelfrom $65