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... good things to me.
And that is why I say this canīt be considered a regular day of adventure.
This was a magical day, more than any other and I must must must thank my sister for coming along with me..
Oh, we had the oportunity to share the rituals we participated in with a "grandfather" from the region and caretaker/guardian of El Tepozteco. He explained that the climb had lots of benefits, that the climb was detoxifying not only of the body but of the ...
... at the most, bus trip away from Cuernavaca. From our house, we took a 'ruta', a mini bus, to the main market and from there a direct bus to Tepoztlan. A short walk from the bus station took us to the centre of the town.
We wanted to visit this town on a market day, and we learned that on Saturdays, crafts are sold in their tianguis. The town of 40,000 people fills up with people taking a weekend break from Mexico City to enjoy a pleasant day in the country. ...
... tasted a bit like onion), and tried some of the many kinds of spicy salsas. We had hibiscious flower juice, like the tea I brought back from Nicaragua, which was so good, I hope Waitrose have started selling it ;-) Before leaving we popped to a German bar and shop to try and find some black bread and German beer :-) there was a band on so we sat for a while listen to them in the beer ...
... from Belgium and on the last day of their holiday in Mexico. It was a fun ride and surprisingly busy for mid-week. The guide book had warned that Sundays were crazy busy as it’s a popular place for families to visit. Every so often a boat filled with musicians would pull up alongside offering to play (if you paid them). So the whole place was also filled with music. I managed to shoot a very short video so will try to upload it.
Once we ...
... and they tell us we are going the right way. We get there. It has a beautiful step area and some people selling things. I guess it is more festive on Sundays. Jen is a little disappointed because when she went there before it was full of people. But I am just interested in the difference in scenery.
So we get on the public on, 15 pesos to ride. Really....hmm. Someone was lying to us. Jen says that the people are ...