- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
Photos of Mexico Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Mexico Hotel Tehuacan
Travel Blogs from Tehuacan
... 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 ...
... and after a while I ate some cereal to the sound of the television my sister was too busy to watch. Let's just say Christmas morning was very different from sleeping in, opening gifts with my family, and working together to make eggs benedict with that rich hollandaise sauce and those perfectly poached egg. I got to Skype for a few minutes with my mom that day, which didn't help a ton with the emotions, but I was allowed to break the Rotary "3 ...
... was a roller coaster. I was in Mahahual in the Costa Maya for my birthday with all my new exchange student friends from all around the world. Lucky for me, that day was scheduled as our relaxing day on the beach. We got to snorkel, swim, sun tan, eat a lot, and lay around with the best company. At times I was homesick for my mom and family, because I have never spent my birthday without them, but whenever I was feeling down I would just keep my brain ...
... By about 7:30-7:45, all the students have arrived and the teacher as well, if the teacher decides to come to class that day. If not, we all just talk or sit and listen to music or play on their computers.
It's very easy to tune out another language when you don't know it completely, so most of the time in the morning (since all of you who know me well know that I am not a morning person) I just sit quietly with a wall of sound and commotion engulfing ...