Maria Sabina Hotel Backpackers Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... quipped "you sure know how to win friends and influence people!", which he laughed at. To his credit, the PADI instructors know him and are used to a daily dose of friendly verbal abuse. Generally everyone seems to be a ****** or a mong to R. If he wanted to call your kicking technique bad, he'd say "you have a mong kick". How on earth R expects his Norwegian and Singaporean student to understand English Slang is beyond me, but thanks to Brit pop culture, I got it. One ...
What we had the opportunity to experience in Playa del Carmen was very different from any other place we´ve visited so far. We got completely disconnected from the rest of Mexico, denying any cultural heritage existing in the country. For 4 wonderful days we were shut in a 5-star resort, receiving an occasional treat like never in our lives. You might be wondering how that happened…
Some 10 days before we were about to head to Playa del Carmen Gonzalo ...
... Kahlo, the home in which she grew up, then lived in with husband, Diego Rivera, and eventually died. The museum contains a collection of artwork by Kahlo, Rivera, and other artists. The house has an open court yard filled with art, trees and plantings. In 1958, Rivera donated the home and its contents for a museum.
Kahlo and Rivera are probably the most well known international artists from Mexico. It ...
... suburb of Coyoacan and escaped the noise of central Mexico City for a night. I relaxed by the pool at an awesome house in Cuernavaca belonging to a friend of a friend. I tried some new things like mezcal and pulque. Mezcal is similar to tequila but a little stronger and it comes in various flavors. I liked it. Pulque is a drink that was to only be enjoyed by kings. It is basically a glass of snot which comes in many different flavors, ...
... and it was really awesome but the apartment we stayed in was a bit drab and smelly. It was outside the main complex, facing the street, meaning we had to buzz in and out of the communal area all the time. Add to that we had to ask for it to be serviced. Typically you want any accommodation in Latin America serviced once a day to at least empty the toilet bin. If you’ve forgotten from my previous entries, toilet paper is not flushed, but deposited in commonly open-top ...