Hotel San Marcos
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... scattered about the place. It seemed like a bit of a haven for hippies too, with lots of them lining the streets playing music and selling vegetarian snacks. That night, we went to a veggie restaurant on the main street called La Casa Del Pan, and drank some local ‘Pox’ shots. Worth noting too, it’s about day 8 or 9, and I still haven’t been on a proper night out yet. What the hell is going ...
... everywhere and the coffee they serve is organic, real fair-trade and from Oaxaca. So it's a paradise for me :-) Also hot chocolate is a huge business, it's served in every restaurant, but for a true experience head to "Kakao Natura", where you can try hot chocolate with various flavors, like mint or chili.
One of our first destinations in the city was the "Museo de Medicina Tradicional Maya". You have to pass through some ...
... wash clothes of the saints, carry insense, act as musicans, change the pine needle floors weekly. Most leaders are farmers.
San Juan Chamula is a municipio (municipality) and township in the Mexican state of Chiapas, with over 50,000 inhabitants. It is situated some 10 km / 6.2 mi from San Cristóbal de las Casas.
Chamula is ...
Willkommen in San Cristóbal!
Willkommen im Schlemmerparadies!
Willkommen im Musikparadies!
Willkommen im Paradies!
Well, it rained. And rained. And rained. But me in my raincoat still loved the city and stayed quiet a while. Might be because of the amazing Iguana Hostel and its even more amazing people, the daily livemusic or because of Fernanda, a girl who worked in the Mundo Joven Hostal in Cancun and who was now working in ...
... for support and other times just swimming while precariously holding our candle out of the water with one hand. We climbed ladders and made our way through teeny crevices until we came to the end pool where those brave adventurers (including Jim) could climb the cave wall and jump into a very specific point in the pool..."not too far to the left or right or you'll hit the rocks and die" was our guide's basic instruction. Caving was followed by ...