Address: Poniente 7 # 163 , Orizaba, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Poniente 7 # 163 , Orizaba, is near Calle Independencia.
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      The Post You've Been Waiting for All Month

      A travel blog entry by erica-in-mexico on Jan 31, 2015

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... I've been learning new strategies for braiding hair (which my brazilian friend Rafaela loves because, like me, people playing with her hair relaxes her), and I did a henna tattoo that took quite some time in the middle of the month or so.

      I have grown a bit tired of 11 year old things: screaming for no reason, waking me up on a weekend when I really need sleep, playing the same songs and watching the same movies over and over again for the 45th ...

      The Game That is Exchange

      A travel blog entry by erica-in-mexico on Dec 29, 2014


      ... really warming up to me at first, the other day I announced to a room filled with my relatives that we had arrived as I was the first in the door, and he said "Hola hija!" which here is like a term of endearment that literally means daughter. That is one of the very happy, yet small, tiles on this board game called Exchange.

      I often spend the time when I'm alone sitting and just think. I think about my mom, what she's doing and whether ...

      The Everything But the Kitchen Sink Blog Post

      A travel blog entry by erica-in-mexico on Dec 22, 2014

      15 photos

      ... almost all the vocabulary. In spanish, or in Mexican spanish, they use several words for almost every noun. Also, some of the things I learned in school are only used in Spain. For example, the verb "ducharse" means to shower oneself in Spain. I used it here in Mexico and they looked at me like I was a little bit crazy. Here they use "bań****" (to bathe oneself) instead. I thought they were interchangeable, apparently not. Another thing I've learned, is ...

      A Daily Routine Not for the Weak-Hearted

      A travel blog entry by erica-in-mexico on Dec 03, 2014

      2 comments, 23 photos

      ... and stretching and so on. At 11:30 is lunch. It lasts about 45 minutes and then it's back to class. A lot of people return to class late (everyone is one Mexican time- yes, it's a real thing), and depending on the teacher, here are the options:

      1. Either the teacher has locked the door so you cannot enter and you must stay outside of the classroom until the lesson is over,

      2. The teacher is in the middle of a lesson and you can just walk in ...


      A travel blog entry by worldchallenge3 on Dec 03, 2014

      8 comments, 20 photos

      ... the group as they rushed to finish painting the tyres! The construction workers made progress with just the roof left to tile & Ashton karate chopped a piece of wood & it actually broke ha! We have just come back from discussing with the village organisers what they are going to do with our money we are donating & also spend a bit of time in town having a well needed sugar fix.

      We ...

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