Hotel Aranzazu ECO
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... in Peru and to add to the fun, due to Latin Americas almost complete lack of a rail network, this would be Lilianas first train ride and her parents second. Before we boarded we were treated to more Mariachi and then we were on the move as the train rumbled out of the station. The drinks service started almost immediately, meaning at ten in the morning I had a margarita in hand and the entertainment started up in our carriage. I missed out on some of the jokes, as ...
... know exactly what
the American is asking for. And there are still so many Northerners that have
been coming to Mexico for many years, and they make no effort whatsoever to
learn the language. You know how Americans feel when a foreigner refuses to
speak English. The Mexicans feel the same way. And it makes it so much easier to get your point across.
Therefore, as we pass through the many states, towns and villages of ...
... where it was, and in the end I recognised two or three street names and I was the one who told him where to go in the end. I stayed at Blue Pepper Hostel, which was a nice place but a bit quiet. On my second night a few of us went out ...
... the most interesting dishes last night was one that Charlie ordered called mojachetas (pronounced mocha-het-ey) which was served in a bowl made from volcano rock and it bubbled continuously throughout his entire dinner - "don't touch the bowl Bob".
We got the opportunity to meet fourteen interesting and diverse people from all over the U.S. Everyone has a story to tell. The one interesting thing here is that not one person has yet to ask Deb and ...
... attraction, no matter what accompanies it. It is often stuffed with either ground meat, olives and raisins, or with a chestnut dressing. The ensalada de Noche Buena - Christmas Eve salad - is made from a combination of beets, lettuce and fruit that are in season. Many families attend the Misa de Gallo, the Christmas Eve Midnight Mass, and do not begin their all night ...