San Leonardo Puebla
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We had a bot of a lie in this morning as the journey today was less than 200km, however this did include navigating through Mexico City, which I was a little wary about knowing how busy it might be and also having experienced how lacking in signposts a lot of mexican cities have been! So we set off around 10.30, easily making it out of Toluca and …
... odpovědi, že v Mexiku je běžné se o hosta dobře starat, a že to dělají rádi. Tak jsme je nechali. A měli se dobře:-) V neděli nás Leo i s jeho partou kamarádů vzal na závody motorek na okruhu. Odpoledne jsme si ještě stihli proběhnout centrum města s nejvýznamnějšími památkami a na druhý den se chystali posunout dál do další destinace. Tím mělo ...
... highest peak in Mexico, Iztaccihuatl (click HERE for the correct pronunciation), or Izta to the linguistically challenged, rises 17,342 feet (5,286 meters) above sea level. The dormant volcano gets its name from its profile, that of a woman lying on her back (the photo to the left is not from the correct angle to see the woman). It’s covered in snow for much of the year. The topography of the mountain is ...
... is extremely high. I have spoken to other students who don’t get nearly as much work as I do or they choose not to do it all. But not all universities are concerned with the grades as long as they pass the course. In order to pass here you have to get 70% but actually that is not too difficult. My worst mark was for Spanish at 83% but I hope I can improve that for the next “partial” which is in about 3 weeks I think. I would still say that it ...
Well today has been a great one but quite exhausting. It started with a delicious breakfast on the terrace. A balmy morning with views over the mist shrouded town. A buffet of fresh fruit, muesli with yoghurt, fresh pastries and hot coffee. All for 44 pesos ($3) per person. Hard to beat that. We didn't really have a plan for the day but I had read in the Lonely Planet that there is a great archeological site nearby called Monte Albán. In fact ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center