Turns out that not all first class busses are the same...
We spend 11h on a shaking, uncomfortable and freezing cold bus, didn't manage to sleep at all. Well once arrived we had a lovely breakfast and waited for our host Julio to pick us up. We wandered around the city for a bit and met up with him at the main cathedral.
San Cristobal is another beautiful city, it's peaceful and also hosts many foreigners from all over the world... It feels more European than the ones we have seen so far.
Yesterday evening Julio and his friend Obre took us to a few amazing places... One of which was a small polish bar/cafe, which belongs to their friend and his lovely polish wife, whom we have met later on that night along with about 5 other polish women who have all lived in Mexico for years... I wonder if we end up one day here, too?
Another huge surprise was to find out that our host has lived in Berlin for 5 years. 1 metro station to where I lived at the same time
the world is a village and I love the fact
that two polish girls are sitting in a car driving with two Mexicans through the indigenous village, listening to seeed and other German bands. It feels like home
There hasn't been more to write about, after a very strange-looking breakfast we are taking a siesta now
Hasta luego amigos -Diana, as Tatiana is playing with Luis the rabbit
Ps. Remark of Tatiana: you really should not drink tap water around here...
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