I was a little bit tired from the previous nights’ revelling and therefore didn’t see much of the am. Or none of it to be precise! During the afternoon I managed to do a lap of San Cristobal city centre and it’s a really nice place. The pedestrianised streets are chockablock with cafes, bars, restaurants and artisan shops. I must be getting more down with the kids (or whatever they say) and I even spotted people running up and down the street playing Pokemon Go.

After making it to the church at the top of the hill it began to rain so I headed
back to the hotel via the chicken establishment that I also visited yesterday. It’s kind of like a nicer, more authentic version of Nando’s although the sauce at the Portuguese-South African restaurant is probably slightly better. For about 2 quid you got more delicious chicken and side orders than you could eat. And the place was absolutely rammed. There’s definitely great potential from opening up a similar sort of Mexican chicken establishment back home. However you’d have to charge a bit more if only to pass the fire and health and safety regulations with this eatery having a huge open oven in the middle of the restaurant, almost within touching distance of the customers and furniture.

With a long day of travelling tomorrow it was a fairly early night.

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A fine looking Burger King exterior

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Not that easy to walk up hungover