Alameda Centro Historico Hotel
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One part of our stay in Mexico that Alicia was looking forward to most was visiting the place where the millions of Monarch butterflies migrate to during their incredible journey from the Great Lakes across the continent. To get there we headed to Morelia, the capital of the Michocan state with over twenty universities and a very young population. Though loud and unwelcoming to tourists, the city is close to the Monarch reserve, so we stayed just long enough ...
Had a deep meditation experience working with the highest Buddhist teachings of Ashe Mahamudra. Working with the enlightened nature of the world. The highlight of the practice week was going out into the market and just being, touching the tenderness in my heart and walking senses fully aware, non-labeling, non-judging. Just being fully present in ...
... predrinks in the hostel did we get a shuttle to presumably the best club in Mexiko (have not been to all of them, so I cannot tell if that myth is true), called “Roof”. The pictures show you the great view from the top. Three, two, one … Happy birthday! Welcoming the 23rd year of your lifetime with wonderful people and some good music – it is as simple and as good just like that. Drinks and party went on for a few more hours… J
... overlooking the town of Patzcuaro on a lake by the same name. In the center of the lake is a small island where there is a village of about 400 people. It is popular with tourists and travelers. Many of our group took a day to go there by boat and walk around the village and visit the unique historic monument at the top of the hill. Pleading the need to take a break, Larry and I decided not to go on this one.
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... On the other side there were five little rooms with cement tubs. The senora in charge was busily filling the tubs. Each couple was to shared a tub (I was relieved to see that the rooms were clean, though spartan!). Sure enough Arturro showed us the entrance and source of the thermal hot springs and the hot water was VERY hot. We were handed a plastic bowl to assist us in the bathing and our ...