Hotel Loma Linda
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The hotel is simple. It doesn't offer anything beyond what's need to be comfortable. Everyone is friend, speak English and more than helpful
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... for silver and a much needed sombrero), and took a bus/hiked up a mountain. On top of the mountain, overlooking Taxco, is a replica of Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, although it is about 10 times smaller (information thanks to Edgar). The day was a great success and we even got to catch the first quarter of the Packer game at a local bar. Muy Trieste that they lost! :( Tomorrow is Monday which means our first day of ...
... metro meant getting around was easy and the diversity of neighbourhoods meant that even a walk of 1 or 2 km in any direction would take you through a number of different ambiences. I had fully expected to hate the place, and while I wouldn’t pretend to have any desire to move there permanently, a quick visit was an eye opening and worthwhile experience. One of those places that genuinely feels unique.
... guide was very friendly though and took us to his daughter in laws silver stall which was nice. On the way back to the hotel we saw a school carnival they were different groups of schoolchildren representing a different country. They were led by a car with the two main children on the top and then a group of followers behind them, my favourite group was the one representing Afghanistan. To represent it they just had a machine gun on the ...
... provided some entertainment for some people doing market research about tourism in Mexico City. It began with one guy attempting to ask questions in English who soon resorted to calling over his colleague to help him out and then before we knew it somebody else joined them. Her English was excellent so we concluded by having quite an interesting chat and wiling away an hour. Then we found a newspaper abandoned on a nearby seat so we killed some ...
... a no brainer to me.
This should be an interesting trip for me as it follows the most tumultuous time of my life with my divorce, selling a home, and moving into a new one just one week ago. So, if anyone needs a vacation right now it's me, right?
I am also looking forward to seeing how I enjoy my experience as a backpacker at this stage of my life. Sure I've done more low ...