Bajo el Volcan
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was pretty interesting because I watched the Brazil-Mexico game in the central area of Cuernavaca at a park like place called the Zocalo. There were hundreds of fans and they had the game projected on the big screen. Soccer really is a big deal here and its so fun to be in a soccer-loving country like this one during the World Cup. Brazil and Mexico were 0-0 too, so it's better than losing. After that I walked around and people watched and checked out the stores :) ...
... of charge. There is no electricity and the only running water is at a long set of sinks at one end of the camp. The camp does have a school system in it that tries to provide for the children. We gave the kindergarten the left over toys from the three kings celebration to use as rewards in class. The other children were given soccer balls and they truly enjoyed them. For about an hour we played with them, it was amazing to ...
... there are 90 large 'rooms', all separate, but joined by a central gallery. We were able to see about 20 of these rooms.
The rooms average about 40 m wide and anywhere from 20 to 81 meters high. The guide had names for the rooms based on the formations found within each room - the Goat Salon, the Throne Salon, the Cathedral, etc. One of the drier rooms, the Auditorium, is outfitted with a stage area and seats for concerts. The acoustics are supposed to be good in this ...
At 2am I woke up to a ringtone I wasn't familiar with but then realized that it was my Mexican phone and that someone was actually calling me on it! I ran to Melissa's room because I knew it was the airport calling about my luggage. When she got off the phone she said they were leaving the airport and would be at Palmera's house at 4am. So after 5 days of not having my luggage and having to borrow ...
... why we were leaving? Only as a joke, he was very friendly and helped us a bit with our stay there, getting our laundry done by one of the housekeepers under the table because the hotel charges so much. He even hailed us a cab and told the cabbie which bus station to take us to to get to Puebla. The bus station Oro was only a short distance away, I purchased tickets for the 2pm bus. It would take 3 hours to get to Puebla so we stocked up on drinks, ...