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... bunch of paper work to hire the car. What worried me is that we got the maximum insurance protection we could possibly get which cost us a small fortune (US$200 just for the insurance stuff). Although it did cover important things like third party damages, the cover for damages to our own car was a maximum of 4000pesos which is US$400! I have no idea what on earth that would cover but I thought it was ...
... to you how high up it was, but let's just say that even on a clear day the top wasn't highly visible.
The road from Amecameca to the first stop for the volcanoes took about 40 minutes, driving up steep roads, going around hair raising bends, and seeing beautiful rock formations and scenery.
The photo i have placed on this blog is to show exactly how high up we were as my photos don't show this - there was no place to take ...
... degrees, I would have brought a coat!!
Last weekend we had a nice relaxing day at the pool and on Sunday did another day excursion. We hit up Hacienda Cocoyoc for a Mexican brunch and then made our way to Las Estacas. This is a really cool park where the main attraction is floating down the river through the lush jungle. Absolutely beautiful with water so clear that you ...
... then Pulque but only one couple found it agreeable to their taste.
In Tule we camped in a lovely green field hidden behind a big locked gate, which Bert remembered from his Wagon master days. During our four nights of dry camping there we explored the city of Oaxaca, the Ruins at Monte Alban, which is the ancient Zapotec capital, and then the ruins at Mitla with its intricate mosaic fretwork and geometric designs. The highlight of our visit in Oaxaca was ...
... four students, all of us from different backgrounds, and all of us stuck at a stage of Spanish language ability in which, although we could make our way through Spanish-speaking environments, we just didn’t feel confident. Our teacher was fantastic — she had limitless patience, even when one of us would blurt out an English word in frustration, and she made us feel very comfortable, which helped us more easily absorb all the ...
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