Hotel Posada Senorial
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... back and willed them to win. We had so many mental mistakes, missed opportunities to take control of the game and lacked a warrior mentality. So we lost the game to a team that deserved the win. As a coach, I will always self evaluate. What could we have done differently? But also as a coach I know the importance of having players who have the aforementioned "warrior ...
Puebla is famous for its 'Talavera' pottery. We were lucky enough to be shown around the only Talavera workshop in the Historical Centre and watched the potters making various items and the artisans hand painting the individual pieces. No door knobs. But I had to buy something of this famous pottery so bought a plaque with three hooks.
After a group lunch, we were left ...
... around the circuit, he would do it for $500 pesos, at first I thought I would have to pay for his entry fee too so I kept declining, as far as I could tell he was also saying you can't do it without a car. Once we got there you drive straight up and get in line, a man came up to the window who spoke reasonably good English, and he informed me the taxi driver is not included in the charge, although the taxi was hot, it would be better than being on a big bus with ...
... he had already left after his fight before the main event. We got a couple of photos with wrestlers, it was funny to see them walk out in normal clothes but their masks still on with a suitcase and then just walk off down the street, these guys are famous in Mexico but nobody knows what their faces look like and they don't even have drivers or cars? Thy just walk to their hotel. We walked back to our hotel and finished the beers in our fridge in great moods after another great ...
... My first thought was, “Wow, if they’re stationed here all the time, this must be a more dangerous hike than I thought.” I soon learned that a young woman had basically had her knees hoist a white flag after making it to the summit. Some emergency personnel were helping her down the mountain. The rest were on call in the parking lot. Iztaccihuatl was shrouded in clouds, but as the sun got closer to ...