Cityexpress Insurgentes Sur
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Management" and for 2 days it wasn't as exciting as I thought but then something happened on the 3rd day and I came up with a great idea, that unfortunately I delayed for 3 weeks but here it is.
During those 3 days the University where the conference took place, presented several
Social Enterprises and Cooperatives from Mexico that are working hard to succeed,
that are responsible, that are solving and facing ...
... smells waft up... and sometimes I swear I can detect the scent of Durian! We are loving the food. Everything we've ordered has been mild, but with a hot side of salsa. I'm not sure if this is typical, or they just feel sorry for the dumb turistas! Either way, we've been well fed. We have Los Vegetariano just around the corner in a bustling pedestrian mall. And a couple of doors down a daggy Taco place does pretty good vege tacos for 6 ...
... on Ambergris Caye were some of the most memorable and fun days of our entire trip. We made fast friends and had a relaxing, enjoyable time. Our couple of days (including one on a catamaran) spent with Lance and Anne from Omaha were a blast and some of the most fun times we've had all year. Experiencing the ATM Caves ...
... are sinking by 7cm per year and have sunk so much since they were built in the 1500s that you feel drunk looking at it and walking around inside as nothing is straight. (For once it's not my poor photography). After visiting the new shrine we headed out to the old centre of Teotihuacan which sits in the shadow of a volcano. Teotihuacan is a Mayan like settlement from BC until 800 AD & Aztec settlement from 1400-1521 that was just spectacular consisting of 3 pyramids and over ...
... this trip, so I had well and truly reached the end of the road. It was still an eerie feeling though, when I was waiting in the departure lounge, having one last margarita before the flight. I remember feeling a little teary as I set off from Heathrow almost a year before and as I was boarding the plane home to London, I had a similar feeling of giddy apprehension. I had mixed feelings, excited to go home and restart my London life, but still sad that my trip was at an ...