Hotel Mision Colonial
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... amazing ruins. We did not see any howler monkeys; the only fauna were many mosquitoes, lizards and a variety of birds
SAN CRISTOBAL, awesome food in my favourite colonial town
San Cristobal is a beautiful colonial town with cobble stone roads and alleys lined with white washed walls and red-roof tiles. Our favourite place was the traditional market selling a huge variety of fruit and everything from black beans to shrimps and live turkeys, since our hostel ...
... us for the night in her house. Later that evening we went out with her and her roommates. As much as we didn't like the city, so much we loved that perfect night out. Good music and good people around us!
We headed back to Cancun the next day, from where we immediately took a ferry to Isla Mujeres. A laid back atmosphere and good people around us made for a good time again. We spent another day in Cancun afterwards, as we had found out we could go to a waterpark ...
... eateries, it didn't quite feel like Mexico. After walking 6 blocks further into the city soon turned into run down buildings, polluted streets, people trying to earn a living selling corn cobs or tacos, selling any produce according to season, even young children lining the streets trying to sell jewellery or just sit and beg. This were true Mexico. Amazing how we walk across from one side of town to the other and see the different areas of changing ...
... round the corner and served local specialities, that was perfect for us. We ordered a soup (the name I forget) but it was a broth that also had shredded chicken, cheese and chipotle chilis in it. With some quesadillas and tortillas on the side, all washed down with pineapple milk drink, we were fit for bursting.
We tried to walk off the meal with a wander through the market, it was massive and would need another day to look through it properly.
... discovered, have a name: The Tehuano Wind Event (“Tehuantepecer”). The Event occurs once or twice each winter when the ice cold air sweeps down from the Arctic, through central Canada, down through the Heartland of the USA and into the Gulf of Mexico. The cold air sweeps across the sea and hits southern Mexico at the place where the isthmus is narrowest, then crosses the country to the Pacific Coast thought a gap in the Sierra Madre (Chivela Pass). ...