Hotel Mi Casita
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... 6th host a tamale party. Tamales are sold on the streets here every day. They are packets of corn dough mixed with beef, chicken, pineapple, or a bean filling and wrapped in corn husks. The tamales are steamed and eaten and do not have a sauce.
Tamales have been eaten by the Mayans, Aztecs and Incas for thousands of years. There are Spanish written records from the 1550s that mentioned eating tamales made by the Aztecs.
Anyways, yesterday was El Dia de la ...
... an enormous statue of Christ was built. Therefore we had to go by cab. The first day in Taxco we realised that We also went to a small national
park close to Puebla. We had to drive through rough terrain with our poor
Jettas who weren’t made for that kind of job. After Rally Dakaring (and yes I’m
making a verb out of Dakar) through the wilderness we arrived at a small
township, in which I saw a house or 5. There also was a small pond. ...
Saturday 3rd November
This morning we were unfortunately woken up at 4am by some very sorry carpark attendants who had to lock the 'carpark' up. So half awake we sat up, rubbed out eyes and slowly headed 10mins down the road to the next town where we parked along a fairly main road and settled back down into our seats for another few hours of ...
... soooo camp! But as I sat there he insisted on helping me with my Spanish which was great. I guess one way or another I will come home with some ability to speak Spanish!
Not long after I came back Rachel came to my room to see if I wanted to join her and Tessa cooking dinner and maybe watching a film. It seemed that Tess didn’t want to be left alone in her house as everyone else was going to be away overnight but as she has a terrible ...
... and a completely different experience every time. At HOY our word is convivir – to hang out, and spend meaningful time together. Even if as a volunteer you come with an agenda to teach English or work on an environmental project, convivir must be your primary motive.
Introductions are part of that concept, and every culture has a different way to do it. With teenagers in Cuernavaca, it’s usually the fist "pound" ...