Hotel Soberano Chihuahua
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... If you have been blessed then it is your responsibility to host a party on February 2 which is called Candelaria's day. On this day it is tradition to make tamales and atole. I thought this was such an amazing tradition! I think the idea of baby Jesus' hidden inside the bread is too awesome for words. Anyway, day 2 in Mexico City involved a whole day of sightseeing. Starting off with a beautiful breakfast at a place called Javier's that Rogelio took me ...
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... for months or years? "Patience is the level of endurance one can take before negativity" so maybe we need to work at being positive about what we feel our family member's intentions are toward us. This last Saturday my mom organized a small gathering with some of my uncles that live a little far away so I could farewell to them. Just a few days ago, sort of last minute, my mom decided to invite my aunt ...
... out of you to get up each section, but the fact that there are older and overweight people getting up there makes us push ourselves to reach the top. We stop for a breather at the end of each section which everyone else seems to do, within 15 minutes we make it to the top. There are a lot of people at the site on this hot sunny day and a fair few up the top of the pyramid but its not too crowded. We take in the amazing view that the pyramid gives of ...
... lounging, inexplicable drunken behaviour and being roundkicked in the head. Cheers Laura ;) Oh it was so funny, I obviously thought it was a great idea to put half a piņata on my head and Laura saw her chance and took it, fair play hahaha. As the night progressed things got stranger and stranger, the funniest things were said and done as we called it a night at 6am after many complaints from the neighbours to the police, but ...