Hotel Boutique La Casa Azul
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... bring home but other than that, we are enjoying our last night together relaxing before I bring her back to the airport tomorrow.
I am pretty sad that I have to bring her back and I will miss her, but I am so happy that she even got to come out here at all. And maybe she will come back with my parents in July for a weekend :) It will make the next 6.5 weeks a bit easier! :) Luckily, I am not really homesick anymore either!
... a concentration camp. The "homes" are a combination of poured concrete and concrete block. They are about 10 feet wide and 30 feet long, like extra large prison cells. There is a door and the concrete walls go almost all the way to the ceiling where there is an open cock-loft area for air flow. The empty one we saw had nothing in it except garbage and a dirty old dog.
The families sometimes up to 8 people live in these ...
... parking lot of the caves and noticed a huge change. Fourteen years ago, there had only been a dusty parking lot, but now the area is built up with little restaurants, vendors and even a small zipline over the river. The caves were the same though - amazing.
Cacahuamilpa (peanut field) is one of the largest systems in the world and is a 'live' system.
The groundwater still filters into the caves and the stalagmites and stalactites continue to grow. Inside the cavern ...
... luggage was still not here and I felt no one was helping me get it.
Later after another delicious meal Palmera made for us where I tried and really enjoyed cactus salad, the girls and I made our first adventure walking to Walmart and I thought it went very successful. The only thing I couldn't find were clothes that were my size that I could fit into, so I don't know who all buys from there since the clothes were ...
We had our hotel room until 1pm so we had another good sleep in, saved money with our free breakfast, and packed up our stuff. I had planned to get back in the pool one last time but after breakfast I didn't feel like getting my board shorts wet again and the pool was full of kids. Instead I opted for a nice long shower instead. Once we were ready to go we headed out to the front to check out, one of the men that spoke English that worked there came up ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services