Hotel Posada del Centro
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Nice, clean and big rooms. Very nice and helpful staff. Was very pleasant stay.
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... at the speed of light. Meanwhile, Donny and I drown our sorrows in a bit of Mescal over the slow click of the rusty cogs in our brains-yup he's 40- and I can almost taste 40 ! Nevertheless, we are forging ahead studying our preterito and copreterito as well as, the verbos reflexivos with fearless perseverance. Our instructors have immense patience with us throughout our daily grammar "torture" and I have enjoyed ...
... find that turned out to be chocolate and chili flavored and was of the largest variety. Happy with my purchase, we went back to the hostel to wait out our journey to Mazunte in comfort.
I grabbed a 1.2L beer and drank and ate grasshoppers with the hostel owners while Megan chilled out until we pretty much had to leave, I had a generous shot glass of mescal with the lads and said goodbyes.
... country flats - none of which were right for this race. I opted for my trail shoes.
In the morning, I downed a banana at 7am and drank some Gatorade. We arrived at the race at 8am and recognized a familiar energy about. Runners were beginning their pre-race warm-up routines, kids lined up for their short races (Micah and Zola wished they could run, but they were too young), and an announcer was getting everyone fired up over ...
... you like nature, it would be the ideal place to visit.
Unfortunately, I’m not such a nature fan. That’s not to say I don’t appreciate nature, I do… from a distance. This was a bit closer to Mother Nature than I felt comfortable with. Our first night (Thursday) was off to a good start, as I really enjoyed learning more about this small indigenous community that was so proud of their heritage and practices. It was ...
... and Cortez. There was a good chapter in the book, 1491, that paints the picture. Most stunning of this was the collection of what was found in Tomb 7 at Monte Alban, considered to be the richest find in the Americas. We spent hours tracing history and getting s feel for what some of life must have been like. Imagine that beasts of burden had not been introduced to this part of the world before the explorers, so all the stone cutting and ...