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... for the 300,000+ (Maybe a slight exaggeration but only a small one). Police of various sorts wandering around. Some local with just guns and bullet proof vests, state with the same + shotguns and federal police in full swat/riot gear including shields & assault weapons. We definitely felt safe and they were great for directions.
Day one we went the 3rd most sacred Virgin shrine in the catholic world visited by more than 16m a year. The old site of the miracle ...
... dresses and then back to the hotel. In late afternoon, I took a taxi to the airport and checked in for the final flight of my trip. Many people asked me if I was ready to return home and my truthful answer was yes. I had been on the road for 51 weeks, almost constantly moving on. I'd succeeded in my aim of travelling up through South and Central America, had some awesome experiences and met some equally awesome people along rhe way; I didn't want to head up to the ...
... give us a smile. We had also bumped into Gustavo on our way out for dinner last night who couldn't believe his eyes when he saw us walk down the stairs. Today we firstly went around to a bunch of salons in the area to get myself a haircut. After about the 4th salon we looked in we found one that could do it right away. A tall friendly male with glasses who spoke ok English took me in and washed my hair, he asked about our travels and told me he'd lived in Canada for a ...
... a la Mexicana" (Mexican style beef), so of course this was the perfect opportunity to try a brand new recipe... no pressure. Thankfully, Madeline agreed to work together at this.
When explained, this dish did not seem complicated at all, so we figured 1hr of prep and cook time should do it. All I have to say is that I am glad we had more help and time than forecasted! Siofra (a visiting sister from Ireland) gave us a ...
Today, we visited the Teotihuacan Pyramids with our new guide, Fernando. He was a mountain (or pyramid) of knowledge and was super pro-active in telling us everything he knew about everything we passed on the way. He spoke like Rafa Nadal which made it difficult for Yang but over the day, she started to slowly understand him. Learnt he trained and worked as a chemical engineer but hated it so one day after doing the whole rat-race ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center