Casa Poezia Boutique Hotel
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This weekend was super fun and a good homesick fix because Lisa came to spend the weekend with me! I picked her up Friday in Mexico city and we took the hour and a half bus ride back to Cuernavaca together. We got home in time for the comida and my sister tried the food for the first time and loved it. My roomates and I brought her out to some of the bars and clubs and we had a fun time but did not stay out late. On Saturday morning, we ...
... bagged in 50kg (110lbs) sacks that are shipped to food produces throughout Mexico. The production seems very similar to any production operation in the US with somewhat fewer safe guards in place.
We then went to a camp where the workers of the cane fields live. The camp is for the workers and their families to live at during the sugar cane season which is six months long. The living conditions are horrible it reminded ...
... school (Encuentros) offers day trips to various sites in the surrounding area. Even though we had pleasant memories of seeing the caves 14 years ago, we jumped at the chance to go on the planned trip and see them once again.
From Cuernavaca, the caves are located about a 45 minute drive away heading towards Taxco.
The highway is lined with huge bundles of cut roses ready to be picked up to go to markets in Mexico City and fields of sugar cane.
We arrived ...
Waking up this morning and walking outside made last night's experience seem so small and my thoughts of going home disappear! It was absolutely beautiful, something I can totally get used to waking up to! We were having breakfast at 9 and then had to be at the language school for orientation at 12. All of us girls learned to stager our showers to get hot water and also stagger using blow dryers and straighteners as we blew out the power a couple ...
... Blueridge Mountains, North Carolina. And just to make my life a little more interesting, I decided to work at Sturge's Bike rally in South Dakota for two weeks in August with a fellow YAGM.
Well, here's my despedida to you all. Thank you to everyone for following me on my journey this year. I hope you might have learned a couple of the things I was able to.
Que les vayan bien.