Hotel Hacienda Cocoyoc
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... see lots of mural work but the experience was more of a lesson in architecture and design. The buiding was immaculate and every detail had been attended to. It was also crammed full of prehispanic artefacts. Inside and out, the walls were all large, porous, dark grey slabs. Ceilings featured coarse mosaics and bold motifs, such as a snake eating its own tail. The building was very pleasant simply to spend time in and soak up the surroundings. On the ...
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... was also invited to a late meal with a fellow YAGM, Catie, and her host family. I arrived around 7pm and Elena, Catie's host mom, quickly gave me the task of cutting starfruit for the fruit salad. We started eating around 10:30 PM. The menu was quite diverse: turkey, bacon wrapped pork chops, fruit salad, artichoke dip, buns, potatoes, and champagne to celebrate. Being away from home for my birthday, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years was difficult but as I ...
... was busy with locals beginning their day of the dead and halloween celebrations. It was then time to hop back in the car, this time with myself at the wheel, for our main destination. The GPS time of the trip was a mere 45mins, the actual time was bout 2hours and 45mins. This was thanks not only to insane mexican roads, traffic and drivers, but also to the insane traffic jams through the small towns. The worse ...
... 8.45pm! A long day as it was a 2 hour bus ride out of the city, but it was well worth it. They had organised excellent guides who spoke to us in English. They also took us to sample tequila and explained how this cactus plant (I’ve forgotten its name) was used to provide paper and needle and thread to the early Mexicans! We went on to enjoy a great meal sitting outside a traditional restaurant serenaded by Mexican guitar players. I am sure I will return ...