Hotel Bungalows Lolita
Travel Blogs from Ixtapan de la Sal
Wa Wa Woooord of the DAY!
What do you think this word means??? I hope you think it means embarrassed, because it doesn't. You will be embarrassed if you use this word in the wrong context.
I just saved you from a major case of being embarazada when you come visit me in Mexico.
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... from the tiny cave of a garage, and everyone, everyone came outside to see us off. Shiela was taking photos, the girls were posing, Sr. Jaimes was looking worried and calling out to be careful because cars kept coming by as we were all in the street. It was kind of chaos and made me all nervous because I'm just not used to so much going on at once, but being in Mexico I think is making me more acclimated to it, at least I hope. "See, you got the big Mexican family send-off!" Shiela ...
Our trip to Malinalco began when, driving out of the city, we all breathed a sigh of relief at leaving the hustle behind. Immediately on leaving city limits, we started to see green- big trees, green hills, cows and sheep grazing. It felt like taking a load off from the start.
We arrived in Malinalco, a town nestled in a valle. The town's energy was evident from the start. It will be too hard for me to describe what the experience was like, so ...
... enjoyed via postcard. Perhaps next time I’ll venture up to the “Lake of the Moon” atop the “Nevada de Toluca”. This time, I was going to just chill for a couple days and appreciate the fact I didn’t die in Mexico City traffic. ;-) There is a danger of getting too comfortable in any Mexican City. Well, I should say that pretty much applies to just about every city I’ve been in on the globe. You get just ...
... sure if it’s the “gripa” or some mystery flu. I just know my joints are getting a bit stiff, I feel a little feverish, and have a bit of a sore throat. That could all be due to sleeping with the window open and the chilly mountain air at night after sweating up a storm climbing up to see the ruins, etc. Quien sabe? I think I’ll just ride through it and hope I sweat it out on the long ride to Puerto Escondido! Hasta, Skip ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility