San Cristobal de las Casas –
Eww, though we don’t wake up with a hangover, we sleep in – we really, really need that. Despite having an inclusive breakfast at the hostel, we have to look for some other place to eat, since there are no gluten-free dishes. Just down the road we find us a cozy café and order us some delicious chilaquiles.
Stuffed, we have a stroll around the old town. It doesn’t quite feel yet like “Dia de los Muertos”. There are some altars put up in a handful of stores and in front of some houses and you can buy some sweets in form of skulls . The city itself has some beautiful colonial buildings. Starting from “Zocalo”, the main square of the city, we walk down the pedestrian road and turn into some few more narrow and charming streets. Colorful houses covered with countless beautiful graffiti – I’m glad we got here… despite the bumpy ride. Looking down the narrow but quite straight streets we can already see the “Iglesia de Santa Lucia” – one of the most beautiful churches I’ve seen so far.