Hotel Casa Blanca Mexico City
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Well I'm here in Mexico, and all I want to do is sight see and relax for 2 days. I went to the beach and sat on the hot sand soaking up the sun, next I feel someone come and sit down next to me, it was this beautiful boy that wanted to show me around, he said his name was Pablo, I think I've fallen in love, he walked around the beach with me and we …
1. A young couple asked Jeff to take a photo of them. They were on the edge of the canyon and in his Aussie humour he said back a ouple of steps and they started to move back. The rest of us yelled NOOOOO! Always helpful?
2. We're a bit concerned when reading info about Estes park (rocky mountains) that bubonic plague was endemic to the park. Thought it had died with the fire of ...
... is where approximately 12million catholics a year make a pilgrimage and as we expected the place was quite busy. I overheard someone saying they travelled from the other side of the country and saved up for a month to make the trip and it made us realise how fortunate we really were to be able to do such a trip. The site was pretty spectacular for a religious place, the church itself was huge and could easily house 10k people with the old site right next to it. Behind ...
... clapping. We were back at the hotel reception around 1pm and hung there for a while watching everyone dribble in one by one. Then Fr Joe Pro (who will officiate at the wedding arrived so we all got to meet him. We then headed out to early lunch to Le Cardinal where they had set up 3 huge tables of 16 each. Fr Joe enthralled us with his story of his great uncle, a priest, who was martyred in Mexico City. Meanwhile, we tucked into a banquet of ...
... got free on top) and shared it with one of the hosts Alejandro and another guest in the hostel. Later we went to a bar with Alejandros friends. They all went to a private school, travelled a lot and spoke english really well. It was interesting to see the differences between the people and espwcially young kids selling homemade food from their house entrance, which can't speak english (as we got told, because they probably never went ...