Hotel Maha Nilayam
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... they were even handing out little cups of adult cider! We then had dinner, went to another place with music, then found the bar that La Changa Natasha was playing at! They recognized us from the night before, and we had a great time! We danced, and pretended to know the songs and sing along! Today, we had another nice morning of sleeping in (we switched hostels) and then we climbed a mountain! We walked through the town all the way to the base of the mountain. One quick thing: ...
Today we had our morning Spanish class then we took a Cuernavaca bus to Tepoztlan. There we saw the Convent of Dominico de la Natividad. This monastery, situated east of the zócalo, and the attached church were built by Dominican priests between 1560 and 1588. There were many frescoes inside that were painted over because the pictures of the saints were being defaced. The priests would rather cover ...
... tickets and were treated so at the very front of the plane.(was it the sauce or the sink I wonder?). I didn't complain and enjoyed sipping my wine and wondered when the three course meal would arrive , delivered by the Captain, when I woke up and we had landed in Mexico City.
After we had disembarked we trudged the soulless (as all ) airport,in order to find a holding locker,as we had until the evening to spend in the city. I think we had decided to focus our attention ...
... Rachel was catching up with writing her journal and sitting in the sun. I also did a bit of washing and then we thought we'd be brave and get on the metro (Tren Ligera) to explore Xochimilco which is where they have the canals and flower gardens. On the way we stopped off to try to visit a museum with works by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera but they wouldn’t let us in with our student cards and we refused to pay the tourist price! Each time you get on ...
... participants will have the opportunity to work with the great network of NGOs and activists that Casa HOY has built up in Cuernavaca and Morelos state. Volunteers can focus on one of four categories:
* Teaching: primarily focused on teaching English, although volunteers can also expect to help with other school subjects. Having the ability to speak English provides Mexicans with an advantage ...
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