Hotel Mision Xalapa Plaza De Las Convenciones
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... was raining a lot! So we left after breakfast and went back towards Toluca. On the way we stopped in Pachuca for some food. Pachuca is famous for the "pastes", pastry willed with meat (spicy) or also something sweet. We also saw Mexico's biggest murial. It is a whole neighbourhood painted. It was a project against crime and to bond the people there. It looked great!
So after all it was an amazing trip and we saw so much in 5 days. I'm looking forward to the next one!
... his act was lame, but the love connection was sweet. Even though I was spying from a distance, it was clear that she really liked him. I think he returned the interest. I know it's a bit tacky to watch people like I did, but it was a moment. A beautiful moment. The kind of moment I would rarely notice in my busy life back home. We all can relate to that feeling- of attraction, of desire, of risk, of your interest being requited. I suppose it's been ...
... an hour to kill I try to buy a sandwich and the yank and the policeman at the cafe start too. Oh man i just wanted to get on the flight by this point. Miami airport is grubby as hell and pervy and rude I was finding .. and as I sit down with a load of Mexicans to snack - I stood on a giant cockroach. Nice.
The gate guy starts to call people on the flight but only in Spanish, and when I say 'Spanish' I mean thick Mexican extremely fast mex spanish which is not what ...
... the megaphone.
After yoga we went to Esprit for breakfast at 8:30 a.m. Today we had spinach, dried tomato and cheese omelets with beans and yogurt and granola. Donna was feeling horrible since late last night so I had the girls take her some burro tea to see if it helped.
At 10:00 a.m. we met at La Villa to load our gear and begin the 1.5 hour ride to the Actopan River. Donna was feeling too bad to paddle ...
Our morning began at 8:30 a.m. at Esprit for breakfast. We were served huevos a la mexicana, yogurt and granola, fresh mango and papaya and vanilla chi tea.
After breakfast we took some time to get to know each other by playing a game. We each had to say our name and our goal for the week, as we went around the table each woman had to remember what every woman before her said. Ofcourse I was last but I was able to remember everything.