About 140km. from Mexico City, you'll find this small town named Valle de Bravo among thousands and thousands of acres of natural beauty. Despite man's presence, it is still a magical place that invites you to contemplate the grandeur of Mother Nature.
Sometimes, I feel bad talking about where place because it only opens it up to be spoiled. But this place I just couldn't keep to myself!
It was a whirlwind trip, but I was able to take some lovely images of the ocean and the natural beauty of this country. Take the opportunity to take some photos of a river that flows into the ocean, where people swim and giant crocodiles are not caught by tourists and visitors.
This restaurant is open just two hours a day from 3-5pm but it has an incredible variety of enchiladas and the speciality - green Pozole, a kind of soup made with chili peppers. Also, take it easy because the service is very slow!
Tijuana is a large city that, like all the world, awakens the spirit of adventure that we all have. There is always something to do, somewhere to go, something to eat, etc. and the people are very friendly, I'm from Tijuana and I must tell you that you will not regret getting to know this city.
Chiapa de Corzo is located 14 km from Tuxtla Gutierrez and 62 km from San Cristobal de las Casas. To get there, go on Highway 190, or take the No. 195 from Tuxtla Gutierrez. Founded on March 1, 1528 by Captain Diego de Mazariegos, it was originally given the name Villa Real de Chiapa. Highlights in this area are the jetty Gully Canyon, the ruins of the former convent of Santo Domingo, the island of Cahuaré, the great bell of the church of Santo Domingo and the kiosk-crown. The bus dropped us off at the edge of town, on the same road that goes on to the capital Tuxtla. Just after getting off we found a market where we bought a few pieces of fruit and asked the way to the pier. We had to walk a bit but the walk was comforting.
The experience in this remote place was simply indescribable, you become reunited with yourself with renewed energy and you can reorder your thoughts ...It is an ideal place for charging your batteries to tackle another year that will be full of the continued turmoil in the cosmopolitan cities ... It is a paradise free from man where you can find peace and balance.
I always say that cities, large and small, take on another dimension at night and whenever I can I try to visit at night to appreciate their beauty. Mexico City is full of color and sound by day, but at night it is quiet and peaceful. Here are some pictures I want to share with you