Hotel La Casona Temazcal
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... the Mexican crowd were going crazy for it, shouting out at the 'bad guys' and cheering the good ones. The first fight was about an eight-man brawl, followed by some female wrestlers, and what would Mexican wrestling be without some ...
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 ...
... we thought he was the best. While not as knowledgable as the others, he was the most personable. Also at 33 years old, he had lots of energy for the whole day. Originally born and raised in Mexico City, he also spent 2 years in Vancouver and about a year in both Cancun and Buenos Aires. This was his fifth year as a guide too which he had started in Cancun.
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... on my week’s experience in Mexico, I’ve decided that the “rules of the road” are just suggestions there. Turn signals, stop lights, lanes... all optional. Everyone jammed themselves into whatever spot they wanted to be in, regardless of who was already there or about to be there. Many times I thought another vehicle was about to scrape the side of the one I was in. In Mexico City, there were pedestrians everywhere, sometimes ...
... The story goes that in 1531 an Indian peasant was walking along the top of the hill that overlooks the complex when he saw a vision of the Virgin Mary that told him to go to the Archbishop and ask him to build a church here. The Indian did as he was told but the priest didn’t believe him and sent him away. Not wanting to face the Virgin with news of his failure he took a different route home that took him around the base of the hill but the Virgin was there waiting for ...