Hotel La Casona Temazcal
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... aka GO) who would be our contact throughtout our stay. She was a lovely young woman from Holland, who gave us the lay of the land while showing us to our room. The GOs are in charge of making sure everyone has fun during their time at CM...and they do! Everywhere you go, whether the GO is with reception, sports, activities or the bar, you are greeted with a smile and a question to ensure you have everything you need! After their work shift, they join ...
... we left early and seemed to make good time we ended up in a holding pattern and then landed at what we thought was Mexico City. It was not! Getting up to get off the plane was a mistake as we were actually still a 40 minute plane ride away. We think it was because there were storms around Mexico but we still aren't sure why were diverted. So finally landed along with 10 other flights at least. Needless to ...
... t great so we walked to the other irish pub we had seen up the road in the taxi journey. they had a live irish band playing and were serving up verde cervezas (green beers) for the special occasion. For some reason whatever we ordered it always came out different to what we wanted haha. We met a few guys that had moved to Mexico and ended up drinking with them. They recommended a few things we needed to see and do while we were there. They warned us about the taxis in Mexico and we ...
In my view, one of the best parts of being a parent is getting to see the world through my kids' eyes. They help me untether my sometimes dormant Sense of Wonder (Rachel Carson) and to see and appreciate all of the amazing things around us. Take, for example, Monarch butterflies. Last week, I took Micah and Zola out of school for a few days for an adventure to the Mexican forests where millions upon millions of ...
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