Hotel Casa de la luz
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to answer that, though, he will: there's "real progress" being made at the "grass roots level" with his current initiative. Another European microbrew, please! 2. The English Teacher You can find this guy sitting at the bar, taking shots and giving "private lessons" to one of his female students. Sure, he can barely string a sentence together in a conversation, much less on paper, but he found the loophole in the system - his wonderfully Western face and ...
... have found they stare at us like we are animals from the zoo, but this area it just got worse, not only did the streets look like the ghetto but people were giving us bad looks, we both got uncomfortable and headed back in the other direction. We soon ended up in a lot better area. Lots of people dressed a lot nicer, lots of good shops and tourist attractions like museums and monuments. We were hungry and went into a place called ...
... plus a few other random travellers from London & NY who joined the pre-event party, almost all arriving on different flights at different times over 10 days! During the following days we tried to give our visitors a flavour of the best of Mexico City & its surroundings including the pyramids at Teotihuacan, quad biking in la Marquesa & the best margaritas at the San Angel Inn. We also threw in a few cultural ...
... for women and men, with a barrier inbetween. Crazy. Apparently "women deserve the right to travel peacefully."
Jetlag was hitting us hard, and we had to power through the frequent crashing. An ex-ACABRIT who now works in Southampton University's international office had arranged a dinner for all the Mexican alumni to meet us all, which was lovely. This was the first tasting of fish tacos, beef tacos, ...
... there were security guards checking bags and forcing people to buy flashlights. Twenty five pesos for a ****** light. What a waste, I thought. Turns out I wouldn't have made it half way up with out it. The police did know more than me. Hmm. As locals bounded past us on the way up, our giant feet and gangly legs allowed us to hike in five minute intervals. After about ...