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March 2015

Day 230: Fantastic forests of Chiapas

The room we stayed at was pretty basic. But I got a shower and I wouldn’t complain. I slept pretty good. Usually seems to happen after a good days ride eh. Incidentally, I’ve been cooking the past couple of days… Continue Reading →

Day 229: Chiapas is Stunning

I decided to sleep in the hammock yesterday night as the room was a bit cramped for 4 of us. It worked out alright and I managed to test my rainfly after a long while. I suppose even though the… Continue Reading →

Day 228: 10000 Km on the road! Whoopie!

Alright, first up, I got to 10,000 Km on the road! On this trip! It’s funny how little bit on a daily basis adds up to quite a bit of distance over time. Something akin to long journeys and little… Continue Reading →

Day 227: Love at first sight

Miguel had let me sleep in a new house he was building and I was happy to sleep under a roof, given that it rained on and off all night. I guess I am lucky, on a warm day, this… Continue Reading →

Day 226: Too many Damn Tope’s

I packed up and left my really cozy room to be back on the road. The general idea was to head towards a place called Lagos de Montebello. I had been in touch with Alex, from Oaxaca and he was… Continue Reading →

Day 225: Acting a tourist

There is probably so much to do in San Cristobal as it is in any town, but there is limited things I do in a place and after a few days, I get bored and start to look forward to… Continue Reading →

Day 224: Bike & Hike

I had a note yesterday from a fellow traveller and she was in town too. We made plans to catch up in the day and given I had enough time to kill, I figured I might as well seek out… Continue Reading →

Day 223: Hanging out in San Cristobal

I had not much of a clue on what to do apart from walking around town. However there was a popular village called San Juan Chamula in the neighbourhood and I decided to give it a visit. Firstly I walked… Continue Reading →

Day 222: San Cristobal, Here I come

I had been thinking about my ride to San Cristobal from Tuxtla. Eventually I decided to take a bus instead. Numerous reasons, the pretty good up hill is just one of them. Anyhow, I had quite a bit of time… Continue Reading →

Days 219-221: Timeoff at the Playa

The past couple of days have been off the grid a bit. Jarod, a friend of Roberto dropped by and told me about a weekend plan to head to the beaches. Now I am not really a beach person, but… Continue Reading →

Day 218: A day of Interviews

Roberto asked me yesterday if I would mind being in an interview with him. It was about promoting the Casa Cyclista and given that he is working hard to get the idea going in the town. I thought it was… Continue Reading →

Day 217: A bit of tourism

I didn’t have much plan for the day. Alex and Rosie were planning to ride out in the morning to San Cristobal, which is a 2000m climb up the hill. I wanted to hang about in Tuxtla to see if… Continue Reading →

Day 216: Immersing in the Tuxla Bike scene

We heard from Roberto that the entrance to the zoo was free on tuesdays. I am not a fan of visiting animals in captivity, but to be honest, the Zoo’s have a purpose in education and what not and given… Continue Reading →

Day 215: Hola Cuota, did you miss me?

It was a lovely cabin and warm, away from the wind. It would have been nice to sleep in my hammock, but the super humidity would have soaked my sleeping bag I reckon. I was lucky to spot this place… Continue Reading →

Day 214: Angry Birds

I planned an early start today, given that the days get pretty intensely hot at 2 pm. I was up at 7, but after bidding good byes and a chat, it was almost 8 when I hit the road. There… Continue Reading →

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