Hotel Villas Casa Azul

Address: Rosette 4, San Cristobal de las Casas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Rosette 4, San Cristobal de las Casas, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas

      Ruins, waterfalls and shoes

      A travel blog entry by joelsalmon on Jul 05, 2014

      Palenque The journey from Merida took a pleasant eight hours. Again the roads were as straight as a ruler for most of it and surrounded by forest. The roads here are strange- they're generally in very good condition but there are rarely many cars on the road. The only traffic jams are when you get stuck behind a tractor. It seems West Country problems have been exported to Mexico... I discovered on the way that Mary, a Northern Irish primary ...

      Cañon del Sumidero and Chiapa de Corzo

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 07, 2014

      31 photos

      ... by indigenous people for over 2,000 years. When the Spanish invaded and had the upper hand, instead of surrendering the locals jumped off the cliff. That is put into a bit more perspective when you know the canyon walls are about 200m high with the water about 40m at the deepest point.

      Today, the river has a dam built on it, one of the biggest in Mexico at about 720 m high. ...

      Zinacantan - native or indigenous people

      A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 30, 2013

      1 comment, 54 photos

      ... with linguistic and cultural ties to other highland Maya peoples.Zinacantán literally means "land of bats" and comes from theNahuatl language. People in Zinacantán speak Tzotzil (a Mayan language) and they call their own land "Sots'leb", that is, "land of bats" in their own language.
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      Eating and Sacrificing

      A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Aug 21, 2013

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      There are no pews. No Alter. The side walls are lined with large wooden statues of saints - all dressed up in different robes and colourful garments.

      The floor is covered from one corner to the next in a green straw like grass. There is bearly enough room to move around all the 100s and 100s of candles on the floor (all lit) and there is an overwhelming amount of smoke from the burning Copal Resin Insence.

      There are people ...

      Ariba Ariiiiiiba, aye aye aye!

      A travel blog entry by bobby8614 on Jul 22, 2013

      44 photos

      ... there was a street performance of traditional Mayan ritual dancing - complete with make up, headgear, loin clothes, incense & drums - great fun to watch :) there are also a million cake & coffe shops here, all of which smell & look amazing - I will be road testing them for you all, it would be rude not to haha!! Such a nice lie in this morning :) had breakie a new random addition to the taste buds - American pancakes, maple syrup, scrambled ...