Marmil Hotel Malinalco
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... a little later than usual, we stocked up on fruit and veg. We are beginning to know which stalls to go to for certain products now. Sadly for Ben, this will be his last visit to his beloved market for quite some time, as we will be out of the city next Saturday. Kori is fond of the market too but will carry forth mixed memories of the place; a couple of ...
... he had “forty” pesos left, he actually had “fourteen”. Anyway, all that to say, he finally reached the phone company and was told that we needed that the flight needed to be delayed at least 4 hours before coverage started to take place.
Turns out, all the flights with that airline we delayed quite a bit (the 9am flight left at around 2pm) and we didn’t quite get what was going on.
We relaxed for a bit, ...
... us he was a tour guide so we booked a day tour to the Pyramids for the next day. I must admit it did cross our minds we could be kidnapped and robbed but all was good and our guide was so knowledgeable about Mexican history and the Spanish conquest and the conquistadors. The history is fascinating and turned out to be a highlight of our day.
I hope you can tell our spanish is coming along nicely, lol
... to check out the ruins and national palace we missed on Monday. The ruins were interesting and impressive as always, and we were thrilled to find a statue of the god Chac-Mool, another much talked about and loved topic from last year's classes. After the ruins we headed to the crown jewel of Mexico City, as far as we were concerned--Diego Rivera's mural of the History of Mexico. Amy did a presentation on it the previous year, and we all studied ...
... guy, with yellow hair and blue eyes awkwardly standing over them. The head mime, or the alpha mime as it were, gives me a mime wave and so I return the gesture. He shows me his camera and the points to his mime friends and then to me. I oblige, and take a picture with them. He then hands me the camera and points to his group so that I can take a picture of them. I of course, turn the camera around and take a picture of myself. I bump ...