Puerta Paraiso Hotel Cuernavaca

Avenida Domingo Diez 1099, Cuernavaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62250, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cuernavaca

Day 20- January 21

A travel blog entry by emilyhausher


... done there, we went to Los Arcos which is a salsa bar/ restaurant. It's a lot of fun here, too. When we were there, we met up with more education and business students. The end of the night was a little chaotic when we couldn't get one of the guys home because he had too much to drink. But, we got some good laughs out of it and great stories to tell! All part of the experience here, right? ...

Sugar Cane Factory and Camp

A travel blog entry by hangnl18


... The doctor here is free to see, which is nice, but it definitely is not as clean as the US. I was able to walk right in and see the doctor, but she didn't speak much English and since I told her I spoke a little Spanish she thought I was able to understand her and talk in Spanish. I should have just told her I didn't speak any, because when I say a little I mean just a few words here and there. But I got through it and she prescribed me three antibiotics to get ...

Papel Picado

A travel blog entry by sarahguzzy


Today we had class for 6 hours. The first three hours of class were spent learning about Mexican traditions and making papel picados. Papel picados are special cut paper that are used to decorate for certain holidays such as Day of the Dead. We used tissue paper and folded it up a certain way and then made cuts in it ...

Dìa de Los Reyes

A travel blog entry by sarahguzzy


Today we visited a rural school in Cuernavaca. The students and teachers welcomed us with open arms and great big smiles. We had a fiesta with the students to celebrate Dìa de Los Reyes (Day of the Kings) which is a holiday in Mexico. All of the children, grades preschool to 4th grade sang to us in their native language (Nàhutl). We brought ...


A travel blog entry by colleen.maki


... at home while they attend college. Mexicans have roots, strong roots. When you toss a machismo culture in the mix things like immigration to the United States start to make a whole lot more sense. When family is the most important thing and you can't find work to support your family, to feed, clothe, or send them to school leaving them behind ...

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