Pueblito Luxury Condohotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... an evacuation nightmare....if a fire had started we would have been toast (burnt toast). Once inside we started taking advantage of the all you can drink. We found a spot near a fire exit that was also close to the main stage, a toilet and a bar so we hung there the entire night. The shows were really cheesy, much like everything in Mexico so far, but it was still impressive and we had a good night. ...
... that was the excuse to get a good crew out in London. So with an all too quick trip to London under the belt and leaving Renee and Michael to explore Europe, we were happy to be headed to another English speaking country after months of Swahili, Lithuanian, Polish... you name it..... BOSTON BABY! Reading a guide about the city on the flight there my ears pricked up when it started "Boston is a beer city...". That's all I needed to read really, and hastily closed ...
... for this wonderful if not daunting place.
We were told of how some of the people would get high on natural drugs, so out of it their minds in another world far from reality they would offer themselves for sacrifice to the gods. They were slashed across the chest, still alive, where their beating heart would be ripped from them and offered to the gods. The Mayan people used to only offer animal sacrifices until they were influenced by the Toltec people who decided the highest ...
... as the light and shadow spectacular and the effect can only be seen on 2 days of the year for approximately 20 minutes as the sun is going down. The sun went behind the clouds and the whole crowd made huge sighs. It came back out and everyone started cheering again. It was pretty amazing to see so many people in one place to witness the same thing. We had some free time and then caught the bus back to our hotel. It was a long day and we ...
... transport to and from El Tajin. For the first time I wasn't just taking first-class intercity buses, but having to use local buses - it felt like real backpacking. It was not without its worries though. After eventually finding the right bus station and bus, the bus driver pulled into the bay, let me on...and then left straight away, seemingly without waiting to see if there were any other passengers. In my mind, there was a strong possibility I was either being kidnapped ...