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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... overweight and has the world's sixth highest rates of diabetes in the world. But they are not a people collectively who are driven to change their condition through education like say Korea or Vietnam. There are individuals amongst Mexican people that are hungry to learn more to create social change for all, but there aren't enough of these types to get the rest of the people to get on board. They need to learn how to speak English to ...
... hands, big farewell and I was ready for the next chapter. I stayed at a hostel called nomadas, perhaps the best hostel I've stayed at. The hostel was super clean, friendly, close to city centre and had a really cool pool. Perfect. Upon checking in I made my way for a quick swim in the pool which turned out to be not so quick. I started chatting to 2 girls, Mia from Florida and Lucy from somewhere haha. We chatted for good hour before I decided it was time to ...
... which has lots of local, national and international beers including Newcastle Brown! Mum - Still having a really good time in Mexico, it was nice to see you all at Christmas, though I think I did see most of Megan and Grace than anyone else! I look forward to seeing the impromptu performance, will there not be a live reunion at Christmas take 2?? What's logo? ...and I think we all know that Bec's not really an adult ;-) See you soon ...
... Halloween and hope that you all continue to have as much fun as when we were there with you. We shared many great Halloween “bashes” together. So many talented and creative costumes, so many fun times. We have years of memories in our photo section of our web site at www.LuluEntertainment.com . We want to thank all of you for so many great memories. Until next time, God Bless you all. Stay safe and LIVE, LAUGH and LOVE, yourselves, and each other.
We go with Ro and Panos (Sophies parents) to meet Ross (Sophies brother) who has been in Mexico for 8 months teaching English and explore Guadalajara's Zona Rosa, rickety buses and tasty ice cold treats such as Raspadas - shaved ice in a cup with a syrupy, milky ...