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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 ...
... net for laundromats which they call in Mexico lavandria. Our hotel had a number you can call that went through to the hotel laundry but the guy who answered the phone only knew one word... No! The conversation went something like this... "Hola" - him. "hola, hablar ingles" - me, (hello, do you speak English). "no" - him, "lavandria"? - me, "no" - him, "no"? - me, "no" - him, he hangs up. So we asked the lady at the front desk who directed ...
... It was decided that the medical certs were not good enough so we had to wander the streets to find a doctor willing to declare us fit in body and mind... not an easy task! We eventually left all the documents there & hoped the judge would not reject them/us in the next 2 weeks.
Over the next few days Mum & Dad experienced a variety of Mexican places & traditions as we picked up Gerry's suit from his uncle, ...
... City, paying for dinner, our museum entrance fees and the Turibús. SO incredibly nice of them. The induction involved being shown around the language centre and then a talk about life in Mexico, places to go, and advice about food- avoid habanero.
Damien took us to the Anthropology Museum, and on the way we saw some crazy rain dancers, who climbed up this unbelievably tall (and wobbly) pole, whilst playing wind ...
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 ...
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed