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Travel Blogs from Taxco
... filled with people and their baby Jesus'. This Baroque church is amazing, and I do not say this lightly. We have seen many, many cathedrals in Mexico and this one is stunning. First of all, it is really tall with two bell towers way up high. On the inside, there are 9 wooden altars that are all covered in gold leaf. Wow! The carvings on the facade of the church and the paintings within are amazing. The weathy de Borda family paid for it to be build in the mid 1700's.
... 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. ...
... 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 ...
... tricks, no matter how much tequila she’s been drinking. Thank goodness for the arrival of Balkan music here in Mexico. You can jump around and look all whacked out, and you’re still considered a pretty good dancer. I was first introduced to Balkan music through Casa HOY director Gerardo, who DJs when he’s not out changing the world. It was such a relief to find music in Mexico that got me on the dance floor.
... over a bottle of wine and had learned a little bit about her. Born and raised in Guadalajara, Martha had begun auditioning for TV presenter jobs while in college and today is a successful TV host here in Mexico. Beautiful, friendly, educated, and kind, she's also an anomaly here in Latin America to be all of those things and a single successful woman without children.
I love her.
The moment we got off the bus, an old man with a walker ...