Hotel Boutique Casa Colonial
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... back next year. Laying in my bed before going to sleep I just kept thinking about how fast the 3 weeks we were here went! I couldn't believe that I wasn't going to be sleeping in that bed again the next night, but I will be excited to get back to my own bed where I don't have to search for scorpions before getting in each night. It's been fun Mexico, and I hope to come back soon but for now it's time to get back to ...
... in this little shack looking shelter.
For dinner tonight we had this potato dish that is from Palmira's home city in Spain. It was very delicious, but so is everything she makes! I have loved everything she has made us. Typically for breakfast we have an egg scramble, toast, and fruit. Sometimes though we have pancakes instead of eggs. One morning we had this tortilla stuffed with cheese with a black sauce over it baked and that ...
This place is absolutely spectacular! My roommates are great and my host mama is so nice, comforting, and welcoming! The house I am staying in is amazing and I couldn't wish for a better one to stay in.
So far today, we went to the Spanish Language Institute and got the low down of what to expect and how to do things. The school is really beautiful and not what I expected, so it was a nice surprise. Once we ...
... mango icecream (served in a mango skin) and even fried crickets coated with spicy sauce :S Not my favourite, but a common snack for Mexicans.
After so much food we needed to sit down so we went to the main square where we watched the band play while they did traditional mexican dances on the stage. After a while we went and decided to get our faces painted with cool mexican day of the dead style ...
A bit out of order, what with all the craziness at Casa HOY, but this is a participant testimonial from the LMU spring break trip from February. We went to Cuentepec for a rural/indigenous themed alternative spring break trip. Enjoy!
My first experience with Cuentepec involved a broken-legged puppy and outdoor classrooms separated by thin sheets, waving in the blazing afternoon air. As a group of thirteen privileged students from Los Angeles, ...