Last time we spoke, me and Dom were in the middle of nowhere, resting up in paradise. Since then we’ve been on really long bus journeys to the coast, the jungle and are currently in Sans Cristobal de las Casas, a beautiful town in the mountains. 1,926 more words
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Well, January has been… Different! If you’re reading my monthly recap I imagine you’ve probably read my blog before (although if this is your first time, hi!), and so you’ll know that I have spent the whole of January travelling – three different countries, spending nights in 14 different places, 5 long distance bus journeys (anything longer than 3 hours), 1 night spent in a bus, one in a tent that looked like an egg, one in a room built into the rock and one in a hammock! 1,574 more words
Well I’ve had a really fun birthday and as I transition into the night I’m fully content. Not only was I able to explore an awesome Myan Archeological Site but I was also able to get sushi for lunch, two things I really wanted, you know I’ve never been a hard one to please. 130 more words
Po lekko ponad 9h spędzonych w nocnym autobusie, tuż po 6 rano dotarliśmy na dworzec w Tuxtla Gutierrez. Wiedząc, że Canyon del Sumidero jest zlokalizowany pomiędzy Tuxtlą a San Cristobal de las Casas zaczęliśmy się zastanawiać, co zrobić z naszymi plecakami – zostawić na dworcu w Tuxtli w bagażowni czy też zabrać ze sobą do Chiapa de Corzo, gdzie startuje się łódką w stronę kanionu i tam poszukać jakiejś bagażowni czy też hotelu, gdzie pozwolą nam porzucić bagaże. 1,544 more words
I have included a little need-to-know section towards the end of this post in case you are thinking of making a similar trip!
I had arrived in Palenque at 6am on the overnight bus from Mérida, and luckily had been able to check straight into my hotel and go to sleep in an actual bed! 1,449 more words