Villa Las Flores
Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo
... horses. The odds a clearly stacked in the matadors favour here. An interesting evening but a brutal sport and Kerrie was shocked to learn that they do kill the bull.
The second day we visited some different ruins and cathedrals around Mexico City. Mexico City was infact built on a lake therefore many of the old heavy buildings foundations are poor and the buildings have sunk. The cathedral we visited, the ...
... basis. Anyway, just gorgeous.
Next stop was the San Angel Plaza de San Jancito - its main historic square. Actually San Angel was a small village separated by distance from the old Mexico City or Zocale. However, like all big cities, population grew and areas that seemed far away, were eventually swallowed into the bigger city. The place has a old spanish feel with some Mexican flavour. We quickly stopped by one of the houses called Casa del Risco beside the square ...
... queues too long, john told me i looked the spit of Frida Kahlo, checked i didnt have a monobrow, not sure i want a violent painter for a husband though..
Met up again with Mexican brothers we met in Puerto Escondido. One took us round the city, the other i bumped into in a club, didnt want to be in bed as had been so badly bitten the night before... arrgh!
... down one of the United Airlines buggies that
seemed to be buzzing around. By this time I was feeling pretty tired and my leg
was throbbing, but I did stop a buggy and was trying to explain to the driver
that looking at my boarding pass would not tell him where I needed to be when
this American guy, also sitting on the buggy, began yelling at me to get my
f***ing ass on or move out of the way!! Charming!! I returned his compliment
with a ...
... course nothing belongs to anyone Everything belongs to the government – EVERYTHING. That includes the tiny shops, the taxis, services, bars. They pay a sort of rent to operate whatever they are running. Oh and that includes every residence or home. There is no real estate market in Cuba because the government owns all the property too. Trinidad, in contrast to the zip of Havana is a place of absolute tranquillity . Only until you hit the square at night though. What ...