Hotel Mision Colonial
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... various christmas carols!! Inevitably I purchased a scarf that had been handmade by one of the locals, I can justify this purchase as I had misplaced my favourite scarf before flying out! The traditions in the churches are completely different to ours, the locals pray for the recovery of loved ones whilst lighting candles, drinking mescal (a local alcoholic beverage) and making offerings of chickens!!
On the previous visit to the market a number of the group ...
... night there was no overnight bus but rather an early morning bus the next day to head out of the beautiful San Cristobal and on to Panajachel, Guatemala (Woooooo new county and no overnight bus). Thank you once again for checking out our blog, the next post will be about our adventures in Panajachel, Guatemala. We hope you're enjoying the entries and it makes you want to go out and travel (but ultimately it's to reassure our parents that we are ...
... but they are high on partying, and it seems that every bar, restaurant, and coffee shop, no matter how small, turns into a dance floor after 10pm. I went to Revolution bar with a couple of new friends from the hostel - an American embassy worker, and a confused college student from Barcelona - to have some good Cuban food and listen to live music. It was a great vibe, and the energy (and mescal) kept us up til the ...
... br> I have found a place to work from, Luna Maya, a therapeutic centre, mostly focused on pre-natal care and natural birth, have given my first treatment there, and have also given my first English lesson at a local language centre. San Cristobel is proving to be more of a gem than I expected. Even the street surfaces and pavements are beautiful! Apparently the real beauty of this place is in the people who live here, and I have started meeting them...
This is a story about how the nature of a journey can change quickly and for reasons we can't control. But before we get to those dramatic events, there is a little more routine travelling needed to set the scene. When we finally got into Oaxaca we found a good location for a little administration that was needed before we disappeared into Guatemala. Experience has taught us that it is best to arrive at a border with all the necessary copies of ...