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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 ...
... day 1 to 15 studies will be requested or even started.
We have had to move around a few times, some because they require permits, others because of the sun or rain, but wherever we go we always meet people interested and appreciative...and also a few nut jobs, but that is part of the job right??
Some of the places we have been preaching at are:
Preaching at the Metro Station, Cuatro Caminos.
This was an amazingly productive ...
... placid waters of the Gulf of Mexico... ........... .............And another thing….if a ruddy great meteor hits earth and causes an indentation called the Gulf of Mexico, isn’t it reasonable to assume that the meteor landed in the centre of the indentation??? A simple law of physics would indicate so, and so we are claiming this as another George expose of unscrupulous tourism practices.
Anyway from here it was to Campeche a delightful ...
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 ...
... br> to Aztecs and Toltecs. The springs from here once provided the water to
Tenochtitlan. Construction of the castle, though, began in 15. In the
19th century it became the headquarters for Mexico's military academy.
The castle later became the presidential ...
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed