How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Mexico Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Mexico Hotel Tehuacan
Travel Blogs from Tehuacan
... 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 ...
... sure if we will update our blog for the rest of the project, so be aware we may not get a chance to update our blog until after our hike in Sierra Norte. Remember mum (Donna): no news is good news! We will leave you with a few things each of us have learnt since we have been here.
- doesn't need as much sleep as she thought
- a natural with kids
- obsession ...
... br> They have every meal in a tortilla, even breakfast! We have done nothing but laugh since we've arrived and we're all on top of everything and are looking forward to the rest of our time here. We are also pretty proud to say that we have been 3100m above sea level.
Today was our first full day of our project and it was amazing! In the beginning we had a tour of the SOS ...
... and I to Puebla (an international flight). I took the train in the airport to my gate, then walked back a little ways to get some food. My last meal in America was chicken parmesan with a tomato and mozzarella salad. It was really good and now I'm craving it, great.
My second plane was SO small, there were maybe 50 seats and everyone had to duck because the ceiling was so low. Then we had to wait for a while and someone who worked for the airport came on board ...
... I am actually proud of myself that I have come to a place where I can eat a whole sandwich made this way and then ask for another. It was good. I had Coca Cola too, which is another new thing for me. Because we couldn't access the waterfall the youth decided they would rather leave the river and go up to a nearby village to buy peaches. So, we headed up. We learned after our half hour drive that there were no peaches. So, we headed back down again (which really means we ...