In Pictures: All The Colours Of San Cristobal De Las Casas, Mexico — Home Is A Feeling

Occasionally, necessity drives our decisions. That’s how southern Mexico became a last minute stop on my journey through Central America. After a long stint in the C-A4 block – made up of a political agreement between Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua – I needed to leave to renew my tourist visa. It’s a well […]

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MX: The One(s) in Mexico – (More) Ruins and Beaches (Day Nine, Ten & Eleven) — A Weary Traveller

Looking at my pathetic log of the activities, I can draw two conclusions. The first being that, as time went on, our touristing days grew less and less packed. That’s not to say that they were any less tiring, but evidence suggests that, rather than stuffing the day with at least four/five activities, we reduced […]

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San Cristobal- Indigenous Villages — Nikki and her travels

November 2017 From the road alongside the market in San Cristobal, you can get a collectivo towards San Juan Chamula an indigenous village approximately 45 minutes away. This village is ruled by its own laws with villagers who don’t adhere to the “catholic” beliefs having to leave. These beliefs include practising traditional religious ceremonies. Although it’s […]

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El Chiflón — Greene Wild Blog

I visited this waterfall as part of a tour package to Montebello. The tour minibus left at 8 and started heading south towards Comitan. We passed through the mountains and out onto a flat plain. As we approached you could see a huge white cascade down the side of a mountain – El Chiflón. The […]

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Palenque — Me & Him

Thanks to our early set off from San Cristobal and my foot, our first afternoon in Palenque was pretty quiet. The town itself has little to offer (aside from another round of tacos); the principle reason it exists, and the reason for our visit, is the proximity of the incredible Mayan ruins set deep in […]

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