Hotel La Casona Temazcal
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- Swimming pool
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... us. OMG.
So we walk there. Find it. Our host is not mad, she is so kind. My bad mood melts when her 2 Bostons start wiggling and jumping on us. I didn't know she had dogs! Well this changes everything. Maybe its not a bad idea we're staying here 3 nights instead of 2.
She shows us the house and tells us where to get some tacos. We go half-brain dead. It starts raining but we brought umbrellas. Taqueria Selene. Yum. It does a solid rain. Nick gets drunk from ...
... they have here. The less well to do people do labour work. So it is kind of a self-sufficient society. Unlike SG, they don't have to rely on importing labour from foreign countries such as Thailand, India, etc.
Arriving at my first destination - the "mosque". It was closed. It looked like an abandoned building with the doors all closed. I knocked but to no avail. I'm not sure what happend. Google couldn't cough out more details. So I walked on. Thinking back, I should have at ...
... at a place called La Casa del Pastor . I forgot what I ordered is called but it was some kind of tortilla with meat and veg in it . And yes I also had my first Mexican beer as well. So far I have nil signs of any gastro coming on. I am really hoping the big ass gastro kit I purchased from the travel doc goes unused but apparently it's inevitable to get some kind of gastro bug while in South America . Looking forward to it good ...
... on the direction to Toluca, we passed on Autopista 57 the cities Queretaro, San Juan del Rio, Atlacomulco de Fabela, and Ixtlahuca de Rayon, before we turned on Almoloya de Juarez to Autopista 55 and arriving Valle de Bravo at an elevation of 1,850 m or 6,070 ft. Its elevation of 1,900 m or 6,200 ...
... eats off it can be used for colouring various weaving and cloths. He striped a piece of one of the type of cactus and showed us the paper type product that comes from it, see video! Then he took us inside for the best part of the day, getting to taste the alcoholic products of the plant- we tasted 3 drinks made from Catcus- a green drink, a mezcal and a tequila. They were all nice....and we decided to buy a small bottle for our Mexican themed night when we get back ...