Mayan temples, clay pigeons and military checkpoints

Dear reader, I should not still be awake, but I did order a café Americano at our 9:30 dinner this evening! I have missed a couple of our days which I still plan to catch you up on, but I don’t want to add today to the mix.  We had another full schedule today as we drove to a Mayan archeological site in Tenam Puente (sorry, too tired to describe here-you will get pictures!), ate lunch in Comitan and visited a potter.

On our way out of San Cristobal we drove past a huge sculpture of a woman potter who was forming a clay pigeon.  Her name is Doña Juliana and she is known and honored in all of Mexico for her pottery.  I thought the statue was really cool and so Continue reading