Travel Blogs from Ixtapan de la Sal
... and few of us were non-beleivers.....but not anymore.... spooky **** went down, towel dispensers dipensing on there own, exhaust fans turning on by themselves, and to top it all off a shower with no hot water.
a very interesting town, one might say.....
Met Reno early for our trip to Taxco. Supposedly a 1.5 hour trip. Subway to bus station then a 1.5 hour bus to the first stop Cuernavaca, where we had coffee and smoothie, with the cafe overlooking an old Cathedral. We were met here by a friend of Reno. We then caught a taxi to bus station to continue on our way to Taxco however no buses were available. Reno then negotiated with the taxi driver to drive to Taxco, and back again to Cuernavaca for 1100 ...
... went on a Sunday, so many of the silver tiendas were closed, but our guide helped us scope out the best deals. Other highlights included touring the beautiful Catholic church with Spanish influence, followed by a rooftop lunch overlooking the pueblo. I got lots of great deals and discovered my skill of bargaining ...
... go talk to him!" No way! I said. So we both went down and apologized profusely. He said don't worry. Then, are you hungry? Do you want something to eat? We ended up playing Jenga until 1 a.m.!
The next day we were trying to sneak out without Elvia making a big breakfast for us, and we got out the door and halfway down the street when we rounded a corner and there was Elvia. "Where are you going?" she said. Shiela had pressed herself against the wall like one accused. We ...
... I'll try to tell it through a few of the legends and historias passed down through generations, to our guide and hostess Rocio Gonzalez, anthropologista and healer.
Malinalco was established by the goddess Malinalxochitl, after she and her people were drugged by her brother Huitzilopochtli and left in the valley. She founded the town, which is the reason Malinalco is full of strong spiritual energy.
In 1521, the Aztecs built a temple ...
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