Posada el Jardin
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Possibly I have got to the point where I have visited too many ruins and am getting harder and harder to impress but to be honest I find the most enjoyable part of the trip is just chatting with Catherine about our travel plans, experiences and the everyday thoughts of 30 year old women who have left their homes, friends, family and jobs to travel the world for an indeterminate period of time...it's always nice to find a kindred spirit!
... kids’ Mother’s Day program at school was the real deal. We had been instructed to arrive at the school at 11:30 am for the festivities. Our friends and neighbors from Bozeman, Zac, Sarah, Skye, and Parker Morgan-Edwards were paying us a visit, and were invited to attend as well, so we picked them up at 11:20 and headed to the school. When we arrived, the gate was locked and there were no other cars around. At 11:40, scratching my head, ...
... marathon 14 hour bus journey overnight to Mexico
City. However, it was also bringing me closer to the time when I would be
returning to England to enjoy Christmas with family and friends. I have had an incredible
experience here in Mexico. I have just started to make a list of the best and
worse things about my experience but I will save that until I get home. So for
now enjoy the photos of my last couple of weeks here and I hope you have
enjoyed reading about ...
... continued onward on a road that took us through a more natural landscape, with more rivers and puddles to cross. Which made things a bit more fun of course. We pushed out one last sprint at the end and then we got back into the jeep for a long drive to our next stop, were we would have lunch. I was surprised that the biking went better than expected, since it had been a long time since I last rode my bicycle. I guess I'm still a bit better in shape than I thought. ...
... of Oaxaca. On Wednesday, as we were engaging in this lovely food discussion, they told me about nieves, which apparently is a cross between sherbet and a snow cone, but with very unique flavors. I’m such a foodie that I was very interested in their descriptions, and was really curious to know where I could get one.
The next day, when they arrived, they had brought me my very own nieve to try!! I was beyond thrilled. The flavor was leche ...