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Travel Blogs from Cuernavaca
... was full of gross cheese and the spaghetti was water and tasteless, and we are not fussy people. We went for a short walk around the street to see what was around, there was a night market across the road but we didn't go for a look. Instead we went back and watched TV in hopes we would go to sleep and get the next day underway so we could get out of this **** hole. That night we both got allergies from the dust and had **** sleeps from the terrible tiny ...
... ice cream, but they serve lots of stuff with cream cheese in it over here so it kind of spoiled the sweetness of it, but I still liked it. Bobbie had an omelette but it also had cream cheese in it so she wasn't too into it. After breakfast I went down to the gym to do a workout, the machines Bobbie wanted to use were broke and her sunburn was too bad for her to join me so she sat out on the sun bed and read while I worked up a sweat. After the work out I ...
... cab out the front and within 10 minutes we were outside the park. It was so exciting I couldn't wait to get into the fun. We got entry and hired a change room, got dressed, covered ourselves in sunscreen and went to the nearest water slide to begin the fun. The first slide you go down on a blow up tube two at a time, it wasn't that big but it was still pretty fast and good fun. It was about 35oC, we couldn't have asked for a better day. Throughout the day we went ...
... important issue. May we stay healthy and have open minds to learn and grow.
If you would like to read about last year's retreat I invite you to check out Kyle Thorson's blog post. Kyle and I went to college at the University of North Dakota together and he recently came to Cuernavaca for a visit. You can also check back soon for an update and reflection from me!
... Las Casas are one of my favorite places in Cuernavaca. You get to sit outside and people watch, beers are usually 2 for 30 pesos and even if you’ve only been here for a week, chances are you’ll see someone you know. Music ranges from rock to salsa to pop, even romantic ballads. Sometimes you’ll get lucky and the bar will serve you botanas- popcorn or rice chicharrón.
Es3. Comonfort, a street perpendicular to the Cathedral. Don’t ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking