Posada Diego De Mazariegos

Address: Flores 2, Chiapas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 29200, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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      Mexico Wrap up

      A travel blog entry by k.bramberger on Feb 27, 2013

      I was really surprised by my work in Mexico, mainly the fact that it ended up being such a different market than all of the ones I went to last year. There is a huge interest for language programs, and a decent number of people who seem to be able to afford it! I guess location plays partly into that as well, since previously anyone I spoke to would have been travelling halfway round the world just to come and study English. It was thrilling also to have students email me for ...

      Welcome to Mexico!

      A travel blog entry by slw321 on Jul 28, 2012

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... from
      7-9.30. Oh well. I am tempted to use the phone to start to try and organise my
      day. I had counted on there being somebody here to help me get my bearings and
      give advice about getting a taxi etc. So watch this space and I will report
      back later!
      Indeed soon after my last entry a really good looking guy sauntered in with his laptop…..woo hoo things are looking up!! He very kindly gave me the wireless code and we began to chat. It
      ...

      The Road to San Cristobal

      A travel blog entry by ryanhaber on Feb 14, 2012

      2 photos

      ... among other things, that you can meet actual Mexicans going about their actual business, and that fare is far more economical. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, the vehicle is lower to the ground, which is essential for surviving the curving road with all its bumps and dips. The hairpin turns turn larger vehicles, like the intercity buses, into veritable vomitoriums.
      The countryside ...

      Ay Mami!

      A travel blog entry by fatboyron on Dec 14, 2011

      11 photos

      ... been a ecclesiastical cloister. As an art gallery you couldnt do much better. Riveras interests in the nature of the nation and its people shine through the work on the ground floor - indigenous ceremonies and working life, the second floor the struggle of the proletariat and the international struggle against capitalism and the third floor the arts and sciences. As it is its a working goverment ministry albeit one plagued by gawping tourists and free to ...

      Frieda´s fiestas and Ideal cakes

      A travel blog entry by paulitoandmoni on Jul 18, 2011

      9 photos

      ... see the size of the ceilings they had there in the pics posted, kinda tall they were, maybe 30ft high. That was until we changed to a cheaper room on the top floor, with better views??
      Spent about 5 days then hangin loose in the city, checking out the sights and taking in the air. It was reasonably warm although we had our daily downpoor at about 4.30-5pm for a half hour or so. Of course we brought raingear with us..... The funny ...