Posada Margaritas

Address: Chiapas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Inn
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        Travel Blogs from Chiapas

        We've Gone Our Separate Ways!

        A travel blog entry by chorsman on Apr 04, 2013

        2 comments, 16 photos

        ... in the same complex!), then we veered off into the mountains for some exciting driving up curvy, bumpy roads. Let's just say they don't spend many tax dollars on those roadways. Again proverty was rampant. Litter was covering the roadside. Our tour guide, Marco, was a university student, a software engineer major with 4 semesters left, earning his service learning requirement by being a tour ...

        Fireworks and Roosters in Chiapas

        A travel blog entry by thescribe on Feb 25, 2011

        5 photos

        Introducing a Mexican Town of Revolutionaries

        Chiapa de Corzo is a fun, wacky and colorful colonial town that is situated in one of the poorest states of Mexico, Chiapas. This town, in particular, was founded back in 1528 by conquistador Diego de Mazariegos. It's rich customs are intermingled with about three different cultures: Maya, European and African, the latter from the slaves who came to the area in the 16th and 17th centuries. One staple of tradition in ...


        A travel blog entry by andrewpyrah on May 11, 2010

        4 photos

        After dragging ourselves away from San Cristobal we headed off the beaten track. A town so quintesentially Mexican I had to quell the urge to introduce myself as Andres and spent 40 minutes contemplating the moustache in the bathroom mirror. I know it looked good, I´m just not sure people are ´ready´.

        Comitan had a delightful main square, complete with flat topped rectangular trees straight out of Alice in Wonderland and a peachy town hall. Old men chatted ...

        Jungle gezien

        A travel blog entry by martenijzerman on Apr 30, 2010

        42 photos

        ... hun voeten, kinderen allemaal op blote pootjes, spelen met een hoepel en een stokje of een autoband.
        Kapotte kleding maar het lijkt zo harmonieus allemaal.

        Gelukkig is hier een school, nog beter hier is een uniform niet verplicht, terwijl dat in heel veel iets grotere dorpen wel van toepassing is. Dat maakt de drempel alleen nog maar hoger, tenslotte kost een uniform meer dan een afgedragen broek en een versleten trui. Er is hier leerplicht, maar ...

        Da Nada

        A travel blog entry by ms2009 on Mar 06, 2009


        A port day in Puerto Chiapas is about the same as a day at sea. The only difference is that you can get off the boat and drink $2 beers in a large covered cabana area. A roundtrip taxi ride into the closest town cost $20 per person. We walked around the small port reception area. Unable to obtain laundry services or internet connection, we promptly returned to the boat. No one we know took an excursion. A trip to Palenque would have ...