Hotel Casa de la Real Aduana
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In the taxi to the bus station leaving town, we tell our taxista, in polite Spanish, that Morelia is a beautiful city.
"Yes," he says, "if you are lucky enough to have a job, like me, it's a beautiful city. For many people, it is not a beautiful city."
... way through it!! The day we left Guadalajara we went to visit parque mirador which is supposed to have great views of the city but all we could see was the mountains outside of the city. It was beautiful and quiet after the madness of Guadalajara! Well worth the time to drive up there but disappointed we didn't get a view of the city. The drive to Acapulco was going to take more than 10 hours so we decided to stay in Morelia as it ...
May you be joyful
For no one, nothing, no mortal wound
May take it away
Joy arises from within
And yes it may wax and wane
But arising from within
It may not be cut out
So fearlessness is its companion
And delight is its expression
Enjoying life's ebb and flow
The pure potential in each moment
What to do in Mexiko for your 23rd birthday?
Before leaving for the Exchange semester I was pretty excited to see where I will finally spend it. The decision was a very spontaneous one, as some of us decided to join the trip to Morelia with the student connection "Integrate".
Usually your own birthdays always end in a lot of stress as you have to organize the whole event. And often, everyone else is having a great “hang-out” time, but ...
... art. Although in the past, the area was mined for copper, today the art is produced from recycled copper wire! We visited a small town next to Patzcuaro and watched a demonstration showing the hand production of copper vessels. Non of it is machine produced. The copper is melted in a wood-burning fire and then hammered by hand using large and small hammers. Even I got involved in the hammering! I was impressed by the quality of the vessels. I ...