Villa Guadalupe Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... possible to answer his questions (or not). It became clear he was looking for anything he could to catch me on, but then his English-speaking colleague came over to assist. He asked where I was going, and I told him I was headed to Brazil for the World Cup (Copa Mondial). He started laughing and said he hoped I was rooting for Mexico. Of course, I said, as long as they weren't playing America. As a formality he asked if I ...
... offer you food, drinks, souvenirs, or boats containing a mariachi band (nearly spilling over)! The place is home to typical Mexican legends and ghost stories and is not just a popular place for tourists but for locals too, especially on weekends. These canals with their ecosystem were declaired World Heritage Site in 1987.
Like I've mentioned in a previous blog, I've been suggested to have my soul "cleansed" more than once, and ...
... would collect water for their own purposes. As you can well imagine these were social centers where peopled met their neighbours on a regular basis and as such could become unique and even rather ornate features of a community. We saw a number of these (which could be the theme of another study) and have posted one picture here for your viewing.
Other social features of communities here are the Centros and ...
... my" terrace, overlooking a clear blue ocean where I could spot marine turtles swim in the morning sun! I'm not going to bore you with details, but if you want to visit, or have questions, please don't hesitate to ask me, and visit their website: www.lacasaquecanta.com.
... around the world in other cultures. It focuses on people getting together, honoring and remembering deceased loved ones, making private altars and offering flowers, the favorite foods of the deceased persons, candy skulls, beverages, and other things.
I can’t wait until tomorrow to see the town come to life in honor of death!
For tonight – Happy Halloween!
For tomorrow – Feliz Día de los Muertos!