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Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico - Without fail, every town I have visited that sees tourists has one: the expatriate café. And no matter where you are, the same set of people manage to populate every one these expat haunts. So before you book that wekend vacation, read on to identify who's who and save yourself some valuable mingling time. 1. The Overpaid Aid Worker You can easily pick out this character by the imported beer on his table, the laptop he's using to ...
... 7 weeks of Christmas holiday... with pay! However after no correspondence with my YARP (dissertation/tesis/project) supervisor and missing two deadlines and many emails within 3 months... I received a very, very angry email. Everyone who has graduated had told us not to worry about the deadlines as they don't count towards your final mark anyway, and usually the teachers are cool about it... Anyway, I decided that maybe this ...
... and later she took us to show her apartment. Well actually just the front door, she forgot the keys inside. She had to wait for a roommate to open the apartment. Still we managed to lift together the city's tallest building called Latinoamericano, where is view platform on top floor. Pretty decent view, in the far distance we could see even Popokatepelt -active volcano. Next day we went with Reyna to Teotihuacán, aztecs pyramids located 50 kms away from city. For us, ...
Word of the Day: Subir (spanish) pronounced- Sue-beer
Figure out the tranlation ;)
Orientation, over... Sad face
After a long week of orientation, most of the MexYAGMs including myself decided to visit the not so distant town of Tepoltzan. Tepoltzan, is a magical town, or Pueblo Magico (as deemed by Mexico) with a beautiful mountain called the ...
... I know already) which was interesting at a post office where no one spoke English. Mexico City was awesome, so much to see and do I still feel like we haven’t properly explored it. Oh and for all you people like me who love fresh limes you don’t pay $1 per lime here you pay $1 per kilo of limes, one of the best things about Mexico I think is that they aren’t light on with the lime.
Next we were off on our Magic Mexico tour, but more on that in the next ...
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed