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... a slice of carrot cake for our dessert. I think that the cafe was called Cacao. Even though we didn't climb up to the pyramid to get rejuvinated, the way tons of people do, we definitely felt rejuvenated by our tasty break.
People also come to Tepoztlan to take part in getting purified in a traditional sweat lodge called a temascal. We heard that THE best place to go for this experience is in the Hotel Posada del Tepozteco. We didn't partake in this at this ...
... her father's house and lived their until she died,whereafter Diego turned it into a museum of their art and lives. I was fascinated by everything in it and I believe Tony was fairly impressed too. The town itself is colonial and full of lovely zocalos , or park gardens, with organ grinders (one of whom 'ground' Tony's ears to distraction !)wandering around playing continously. The town is full of artists and arty people, with a relaxed feel .The weather was fair and ...
... car, stretched our legs and went for a wander. We walked up and down the awesome markets where they sold all sorts of mexican foods, toys, souvineers, jewellery and more. The cemetry was shut and looking a bit dark and gloomy as cemetries often do, but hopefully this would change tomorrow. After doing 2 laps of the markets we went back to the car where we brushed our teeth, changed into comfy clothes, put our ...
... help, re-learning math functions ourselves and helping kids color. All suggestions to play Duck, Duck, Goose were ignored when the door to the vacant lot next door was open and kids piled out to go play fútbol. I reveled in a simple ball toss with some 5-year-olds, thankful I didn’t have to kick around a soccer ball. (I somehow ALWAYS get hurt). Casa HOY volunteer from England did join in a game however, finishing the day up cherry-cheeked and ready to down ...
... whose energy matches your own. Despite the threat of rain and having been wandering for hours, with each turn she wanted to show me more cobblestone streets, beautiful haciendas, and little cafes.
On the bus home in a torrential downpour, offered a hand and a seat to elderly boarding the bus.
At the end of the day I tried Pulque -a strong liquor made from the same succulent plant as Mezcla - which was so foul it tasted like sick. ...
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