TripAdvisor Reviews Posada Sarita Tepoztlan
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... of place not only because we are white, but because we are dressed in shorts, tank tops, dressed and all warm clothes and everyone here is typically dressed in pants and sleeves. To us this weather is beautiful, but to them this is everyday weather and is actually a little cold for them. If I were to come back I would pack more warm clothes, because I just assumed it was always warm here but at night I do get cold and I only packed one pair of sweats and one ...
... a powerful energy and there are many stalls selling a number of different alternative remedies and cures., along with a lot of crafts and artesanias. We walked around the town, and the market, before climbing up a very steep hill to see the ruins of the temple, Quetzalcoatl's birthplace. The town also has lax drinking laws and you are allowed to drink in the street, so I tried a ...
... your Spanish at your volunteer project is also very rewarding. Most Mexicans are very encouraging, and children/adolescents are the most patient of all. They appreciate you at least making the effort. I remember one volunteer that sat down with a little girl, and she took about 10 minutes to focus on his accent for the words “Harry Potter.” Roll them “r’s!”
Now, I’m not saying you can’t have a thoroughly amazing experience if ...
... was as casual as you could get. Plastic chairs, jeans, and sandals, show up anytime between 11 - 1. We walked right in, she read over the script taped to the wall, put on a little makeup, combed her hair, and voila. We were in and out in ten minutes.
Small, beautiful, children sat happily in plastic chairs waiting their turn to audition to be the kids being served their delicious yogurt. Martha, have you heard anything?
Coyoacan is ...
... again.’ Surprising to me, there is quite a bit of American music that is played in homes, buses, restaurants, etc. I asked my host family if people understand the English words to the songs, and I was told that they don’t. I guess it’s just the beat or the cultural significance of it that they enjoy listening to. It’s great for me, because I can belt out the words to "Funkytown" (which I have heard at least 3 times ...
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