Hotel Maha Nilayam
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... some of the 'new' folk art creations that we saw. There were lots of items made of wood - spoons, spatulas, forks, bowls, serving dishes and more. Many of the restaurants had carved and brightly-painted wooden tables, chairs and counters. Miniature wooden houses and scenes from the area were carved from the bark of the pochote tree. Tiny paintings were painted on river rocks and of course we saw the lovely work done using amate bark. Rainsticks, colourful ...
... area ,as the city is the largest in the world (also the oldest, based on the old Aztec city of Tenochtitlan) Therefore, after Tony had finally found a locker (lockers) big enough for our luggage we took a taxi to the suburb of Coyoacan ( Place of the Coyotes). Of course, Tony knew the selfish reason I wanted us to go there and it was because my heroine of art and life lived here, until her untimely death at the age of 47. Frida Kahlo and her ghastly, but beloved ...
... 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 ...
... in sunny, quiet Cuernavaca—has teamed up with IVHQ, an international volunteer agency, expanding on its 10-year trajectory of offering give-and-get travel to individuals and groups.
Casa HOY is IVHQ’s exclusive partner in Mexico and will continue to organize and carry out community service trips to people who are looking for a different type of travel experience.
... La Cuidad de la Eterna Pimavera' ('The City of Eternal Spring') because of it's warm climate all year round. The name of the city was originally Cuauhnahuac but this wasapparently too difficult for the Spaniards to pronounce so they changed it to Cuernavaca... yeah like that's easier! Cuernavaca began as a sleepy weekend/summer retreat for the rich and famous (mostly from Mexico City) but has since grown to over 1,000,000. ...
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