Casa Real

Address: Av Reforma Sur No 206, Tehuacan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 75700, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av Reforma Sur No 206, Tehuacan.
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      A Daily Routine Not for the Weak-Hearted

      A travel blog entry by erica-in-mexico on Dec 03, 2014

      2 comments, 23 photos

      ... muchacha" or maid), and head out the back door, through the gate (which is a wall with a door), and get in my Dad's jetta; he drives me to school.

      Once I arrive at school, I walk to my class, and sit down. Normally I arrive early because my Dad hates traffic and likes to get a move on. So I sit there for a while until someone comes in and we chat a little bit. When the bell rings at 7:00am there are normally half the students in the classroom and ...


      A travel blog entry by worldchallenge3 on Dec 03, 2014

      8 comments, 20 photos

      ... the group as they rushed to finish painting the tyres! The construction workers made progress with just the roof left to tile & Ashton karate chopped a piece of wood & it actually broke ha! We have just come back from discussing with the village organisers what they are going to do with our money we are donating & also spend a bit of time in town having a well needed sugar fix.

      We ...

      Day 4

      A travel blog entry by worldchallenge3 on Dec 01, 2014

      8 comments, 20 photos

      ... been sprinkled everywhere.
      In Mexico City, some struggled with a little bit of altitude adjustment but nothing that wasn't over come within the day. It was nothing like we expected, it was like a river of people, you had to be in the right flow of traffic or you would be swept in the wrong direction. There were very few people who spoke English, making our hand signalling skills come ...

      The First Few Days

      A travel blog entry by erica-in-mexico on Nov 22, 2014

      2 photos

      ... upgraded me to a first class ticket without me knowing, I wish I would've been awake for it! As I had gotten absolutely no sleep the night before, because while I was packing the zipper on my suitcase decided to break and it was an whole fiasco, I cried and slept throughout the duration of my 5 hour flight to Dallas in my first class seat.

      When I got off the plane, I said goodbye and good luck to Umeko, we had to go in opposite directions because she was flying ...


      A travel blog entry by lanepelham on Aug 14, 2010

      ... to by one of the youth, we realized we had to cross it (very cold and up to my waist, and I am the tallest one). We then walked 1 hour in total before we realized we could not access the waterfall we wanted to see from any path we took. It was a beautiful walk and I am always stunned by the ability of youth here to find every activity diverting. We took sandwiches (made with white bread, refried beans, a weird salty kind of cheese, canned hot pickled peppers, and ...