Hotel Jardin de la Abundancia
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... legs were super shaking and as I said, the rocks get a bit slippery.
As I also said, we were famished and as soon as we saw the first food stand we ordered an ITACATE. This is the original dish from Tepoztlan. It is corn flour mixed with cheese made in a thick triangle. It is cut in half and filled with either more cheese or with different meat or vegetables dishes. It was good to try!
One of the other things Tepoztlan is famous is for their crafty ice cream, they ...
... day, just to do the pyramid climb.
By the way, it takes about 1 - 1 1/2 hours to get to the summit, but apparently one's efforts are rewarded by the wonderful views on the walk and the sense of peace when one reaches the pyramid. The pyramid was built sometime between 1150 and 1350 A.D. in honour of Ometochli Tepuztecatl, the god of pulque (similiar to tequila), fertility and good harvests.
We walked around the clean and well-organized open air market ...
... The cycle that he undergoes signifies the continuous cycle of life. Rivera's creation of a Mexican identity helps to continue the reform that began with the Mexican Revolution of 1910. Before ...
... Thanks again google maps. When he dropped us off he arranged a pick up time and place, which was 4pm, so we had a little over 4 hours to spend at the zoo. We took some photos out the front where you can pose in front of angel wings which makes for a pretty good shot, then headed into the park. To the left on the way in is a big lake that has paddle boats to hire, we thought after the zoo we would finish the day with a paddle over the lake. Also walking ...
... costing US$180 for a couple of hours, I decided it was worth it to do it again but in the area around our hotel. For the price, you get a private guide who just takes you around to his favourite food joints - its got to be the easiest job ever. Included in the price is the food but each taco is only US$1 or 2. This time our guide was Paco - a friendly well fed local who I guess was in his 50s. Strong accent but easy to understand until ...