This place is soo far out in nowhere. We had to take two taxis and a boat for like one hour upriver to reach it. It’s Yaxchilan, another lost city that used to be great kingdom. The spot was awesome, the views over the river was beautiful, so amazing they found this perfect place to
After visiting the big old mayan city we went to a funky place along the road to find us a bed. In the jungle, in the middle of nowhere there was three or four different hostels, a bunch of “hippies” and backpackers, a few restaurants, one of them italian and famous in the whole of
Our main reason to take this detour threw the mountains was to see some maya sites, ancient cities of pyramids. This is Palenque, considered to be maybe the second greatest maya city in the world. Can you imagine that this city was home to a few hundred thousands of people? And that it’s still standing
After spending a week in San Cristobal in front of our computers or on the beautiful streets far, far away from the beach we were happy to put on our swim wear again and jump in the beautiful agua azul. It felt wonderful even though it was freaking cold!
We’ve had cravings for some wine drinking for quite some time, restaurant folks as we are. In San Cristobal there where small cozy winebars in every corner, we tried one of them out, they only had cheap mexican and a few south american wines on the list, not anything to cheer out loud for but
We acclimatized quick to the cold weather and it was kind of nice to be freezing again. We slept with two blankets each, but daytime when the sun came out it felt like Swedish spring! San Cristobal de la Casas is a beautiful town where you can walk around enjoying life and the nice surroundings
Just came back after a visit in a lovely little store here in San Cristobal, in the same building as the vegetarian restaurant “La Casa del Pan Papalotl”. I picked up some nice apple pie and this jar with cold pressed coconut oil. It is a good source to nice, moist skin. And it smells
San Cristobal de la Casas in Chiapas, Mexico offers some amazing shopping! A dress similar to this was 700 pesos in Puerto Escondido and here it’s 250 pesos. So hold your horses and monies until you get to the mountains where they’re made. I have never felt so blonde and nordic before as I have