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... at the most, bus trip away from Cuernavaca. From our house, we took a 'ruta', a mini bus, to the main market and from there a direct bus to Tepoztlan. A short walk from the bus station took us to the centre of the town.
We wanted to visit this town on a market day, and we learned that on Saturdays, crafts are sold in their tianguis. The town of 40,000 people fills up with people taking a weekend break from Mexico City to enjoy a pleasant day in the country. ...
... tasted a bit like onion), and tried some of the many kinds of spicy salsas. We had hibiscious flower juice, like the tea I brought back from Nicaragua, which was so good, I hope Waitrose have started selling it ;-) Before leaving we popped to a German bar and shop to try and find some black bread and German beer :-) there was a band on so we sat for a while listen to them in the beer ...
... to just skip it. But Fernando insisted we see it since we were already there. Glad he did. The Cosmovitral is a building with the largest glass mural in the world, covering all four sides. Plus its got a botanical garden inside so inside feels like eden. I was very impressed! Expectations were low and Mexico did it again...took it to another level.
A great day. One of the highlights.
... been told about Mexico. I backed up against the wall and evaluated my surroundings. Lots of cars picking up passengers. A police officer telling one standing car to move on. All very innocuous. Wait, was that guy sitting over there glaring at me?
My driver pulled up in a white van and I put aside fears of kidnapping and got in. We made some basic conversation while he drove... like a freaking maniac.
Just like everyone else.
... arrow heads and other weapons. As I was the only English speaker on the tour I had my own guide who also gave me a mini tasting of local alcohol starting with a sweet local drink made from the maguey plant called pulque (which has the same alcohol content as beer), followed of course by tequila and mescal. Everybody was back on the bus more or less on time except this woman in her 50’s who I think may have been the Peruvian family's maiden aunt. She decided at the last minute ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service