Biely'S Seaside Shangri-La Apartments

Address: San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico | Condo
 
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California-Part 3 (including a trip to Mexico)

A travel blog entry by schulmericas on Aug 24, 2012

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Getting back to Neil and Ariels' meant some more chill time and doing things at a normal pace. Once again, we had a couple lazy and 'chill by the pool' days. Ariel took us through to L.A again to do Universal Studios. Although it was super packed and we stood in long queues to do stuff, we had a ball! We went on rides like The Mummy and Jurassic Park to get our adrenaline pumping. We felt like kids again! One of the highlights of Universal was the studios tour. ...

The tales of a vegetarian in Mexico...

A travel blog entry by colleen.maki on Aug 22, 2012

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... list out that I don't eat any kind of meat since there is not a Spanish word for vegetarian. Although there were enough dishes in the buffet line without meat for me to eat not one but three meals, as I sat down at the table with my plate of food, one of the sisters placed in front of me a large plate of avocados. At that moment all of my fears about being in a new country and a new culture dissipated. Radical hospitality knows no ...

Yes, Baby Jesus is in the Bread

A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Jan 06, 2012

... bread, is traditionally eaten on January 5th at night or anytime on January 6th. In Mexico, the bakers have hidden a toy baby Jesus (and maybe even his family – this year I found Joseph and a tree) inside the rosca. The hidden baby Jesus represents his escape from King Herod’s attempt to kill the prophesied messiah. Whoever finds the baby Jesus has to host a ...

La maldición de la oficina de inmigración

A travel blog entry by gatogo on Sep 26, 2011

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... large tidal changes. Actually they are huge … in the range of 24 feet. The floating docks have a ramp at the end that changes from flat to a 45 degree angle, all within about 8 hours. Of course, guess what the ramp looked like when we were ready to unload the jeep and take everything down to the boat? You betcha…it was at the 45 degree mark, similar to a double black diamond ski run!

When you leave a boat for a long period of ...

Corporate Social Action and Responsibility Trips

A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Oct 12, 2010

What do you think about awarding the employees of your company a chance to participate in social work - an experience that promotes group cohesion, recreation and personal challenges?



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HOY, a socially and ecologically responsible family company in Cuernavaca, Morelos, offers a weekend of social action and corporate motivation: ...