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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... has about 10 more kinds I'll never get to try (orange, raspberry, pomegranate and more).
I'm catching up on the news and that's it. Martin called but doesn't know what's going on for tomorrow. Apparently, Francisco makes all the plans and no one talks to him.
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... is well known but others like Puerto Escondido have been around as long. These are interesting places to explore as they often show evidence of waves of development over the decades. In Puerto Escondido, the original fishing port remained and the oldest hotels around it had found a new role as a cheap family holiday resort. Just up the beach, more expensive accommodation and up-market restaurants marked out the place for package ...
One of the most recognizable symbols of the Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) is the La Catrina. She is called the "Grande Dame of Death" and depicted as a Female Skeleton in Fancy Dress. Several groups and ...
... lining the streets. The stalls go on and on for street after street, running over into intersecting streets. Once inside the market, it is like being in a tunnel of human trade. The pathway could not possibly have been more than seven feet wide and there is human traffic going in both directions. Add into this mix strollers, the occasional wheelchair, and vendors pushing carts with extra product or just carrying their wares by hand. All of the above ...
... the temples I've ever seen at sites are rectangular. As you already know if you read my last blog, dogs were very important in this culture. And, just like the Aztecs, the people farmed using chinampas.
The visitor center was really great because I got a free one-on-one guided tour of the facility and got to ask lots of questions. The site itself was interesting, but did I mention that it was really hot out? It was so very hot. I think that dampened my ...