How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
Photos of Mexico Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Mexico Hotel Tehuacan
Travel Blogs from Tehuacan
... re all wondering where the random topic of the brain came from or the strange title of this post; well mostly, I want to talk about connections. Connections from human to other human, human to object, human to animal, human to earth, or human to themselves. For example: I, like all of us human beings, have made connections with other humans since I was born. Family, friends, people I know or see every once in a while, the ones I walk past in the hallway ...
... next weekend the first one of the exchange students from Tehuacán leaves, and in May my parents wanted to take me to a city that has all these mango trees and you can get a whole box of them for really cheap, but it seems like it will have to be the first weekend in June. And the second weekend is June my mom will be here. And while she’s here, 4 of the other exchange students from my city will leave. Let’s just say I have a crazy ...
... Thai Dish in downtown Silverton. I miss the food from home a lot, but not as much as I will miss the real mexican food when I leave. Tacos of all the different types of meat you can imagine (including tongue), tort as, enchiladas, quesadillas with mexican cheese, all the various types of chips, candy, and little snacks they have here, and sidral, a mexican soda that it like apple cider but you drink it cold and obviously it's soda ...
... around me, I am noticing things about myself too, things that before were hidden under the surface.
Now that my exchange is almost halfway over (in a month and a half or so), I've started thinking about coming home. Normally, when I think, I feel. I at least feel something. But this topic, nothing. Or maybe I'm feeling so many things at once that my emotion sensor simply goes blank. I am looking forward to going home, I really am, but really, ...
... once again (yay), maybe because it's been so cold and everyone is sick. Yes, contrary to popular belief, it does get cold in Mexico: we've gotten down to 38 degrees Fahrenheit in the mornings and during the night. No, there is still no heating in the house, and yes, it is colder inside than out because the walls are made of cement and the floors of tile to keep it cool in the summer. So yes, I am cold.
I played my first round of toques (pronounced ...