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  • Fancy dinnerToday we ate breakfast at Ticalli as usual, then we went to the market and I bought some belts for Dad and Grandpa and a lunch pail. Then we walked to the Hard Rock Cafe and I bought a sweatshit Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 17, 1996
  • Olympic stadiumToday we went to the Olympic Stadium and then a shopping mall and I bought two Billy shirts and ate lunch. Then we came to Our Cabana and played some mixing game, ate supper and sang songs. I played one Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 19, 1996
  • Refugee simulation dayToday we did flag raising, then we ate breakfast and we played a refugee simulation game. We had to wait in line for like an hour and then when we finally got to the country, we had to build a Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 23, 1996
  • Meeting the Japanese girlsToday we woke up and went to flag raising. Then this girl Tara fainted and it was scary. We had pancakes for breakfast, then we played this wide game for a long time. Then we went to the craft hut Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 20, 1996
  • Taxco to buy silverToday we had flag raising and then took a lot of group pictures. Then we ate breakfast and went to Taxco to buy some stuff (silver mostly). We ate lunch under a store in the basement, then we came home, Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 21, 1996
  • To town!Today after breakfast we went to the city and I bought a cool shirt and pants, a bag and a pencil case for really cheap! Then Jessica, Nat and I went to a donut shop and ate lunch. We had Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 23, 1996
  • VoluntourismToday after breakfast we went to a daycare centre kind of thing and we taught the kids' parents first aid. Other people did face painting, played games and planted plants with the kids. After that we came back to the Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 24, 1996
  • Flying to Mexico CityToday we woke up at 5 a.m.! We had to catch the shuttle at 6:10 to the aipot. There were so many legal things to go through! But the plan finally took off at 9:30 and we were on our Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 14, 1996
  • Shopping in MexicoToday we went shopping downtown and I bought a cool little green hat. Everything is so cheap! Then we went to like, a big souvenir store and I bought a real Coke bottle! Then we went to Shirley's for lunch Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 15, 1996
  • TeotihuacanToday we took a tour of some of the churches around and they are really beautiful! After that we went to the cactus gardens and drank some cactus juice and tequila. Then we went to La Casa Del Cabrito to Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 16, 1996
  • Folklore danceToday we took a small, small bus to a folklore dance and I took a lot of pictures. Then we went to take a boat around this market in the Floating Gardens. Then we went in the market and I Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Aug 17, 1996
  • North America: Part 2 Goooood Morning? Afternoon? I don't even know myself Bloggers. It is July 8th and as you can see from the title of today's blog I am on my way to Mexico! I'm currently in my Uber on m Posted by miryahlewis in My Dream Trip Around The World | Jun 4, 2017
  • Stop 22 - Mexico CityHola y Bienvenidos a la Cuidad de Mexico. Mi nombre es Carla y yo no entiendo Espanol....but who cares?! After what seemed like forever on planes we have arrived in Mexico with our first stop being Mexico City. 25 million people Posted by carlagregory in 2017 Waite World Tour | Jun 1, 2017
  • Isla CozumelCozumel is a popular island, only 45 minutes by boat from the mainland, and turned out to be the perfect place to begin my solo travels. A few days in advance I booked myself a bunk at Two Tank Dive Posted by izzy_hay in Central America & Beyond 2017 | May 28, 2017
  • Acapulco Mexico[center] Acapulco Mexico[/center] For Booking & Details, Visit: [[]] Posted by celebritytravel in Celebrity Travel & Cruise Lines | May 25, 2017
  • First time at the beachHi, after almost 18 I finally went to the beach for the first time San Lorenzo Beach, Camp, Mx I went to the beach with one of my friend and we stayed there four d Posted by rositasolis in Rosita Solis | May 9, 2017
  • Cancún to Isla CozumelFriday was my first day of proper solo travel. My morning started with a dusty head following last night's farewell party. We finished our evening in a bar serving free drinks to women (Ladies' Night apparently) and although I only Posted by izzy_hay in Central America & Beyond 2017 | May 9, 2017
  • Palenque to Cancún, via MéridaI learnt another vital lesson last night - it's not enough to cover all exposed skin in bug spray as a quick trip to the bathroom can result in a very nibbled bottom! Karma was restored, however, when I squashed Posted by izzy_hay in Central America & Beyond 2017 | May 8, 2017
  • 2017 MAY - MEXICO ==DAY 85 MONDAY 1ST MAY== We flew from Guatemala City to Mexico City on a very early flight that departed at 7am. We had to get up at 3.30am to have a little breakfast before the fre Posted by Cindy Bruin in CINDY & CO TRAVELLING THE WORLD! | May 6, 2017
  • Palenque, a synopsis Wow, what a journey! Our 7 hour bus ride was hair-raising. We had to travel very early in the morning in convoy with other tourist minibuses due to the local political unrest. It was fortunately an unnecessary precaution, but Cesar Posted by izzy_hay in Central America & Beyond 2017 | May 2, 2017
  • April 29 - 30: CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO Find Hästa in Cabo! Serenity anchored with a perfect view of El Arco, at the tip of the Baja Peninsula. Tenders brought guests to Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 8 | Apr 30, 2017
  • Week 19 A bit late in posting this but better late than never.  I've been home a week trying to do as little as possible, letting myself have a vacation after my travels. I did a bit too much yesterday moving an antique Posted by OhUiginn in Mexico 2016/17 | Apr 27, 2017
  • San Cristóbal de las Casas The night bus was surprisingly comfortable. The seats, much more generous than economy aeroplane seats, were wide and fully recline. I'm glad I don't have legs as long as Ally G or Wilf's though! My noise cancelling earphones, classical and Posted by izzy_hay in Central America & Beyond 2017 | Apr 25, 2017
  • Blog 5July 21 2017 ______________ After I left Greenland, Nuuk I then went to Mexico, Mexico city, the flight was 8 hours, 6086 kilometers, 3782 miles. the plane cost was $400 an Posted by Nick13 in My Dream Trip Around The World-2017 | Apr 24, 2017
  • Lost cities, giant trees & boiling water The ruins of Monte Alban are truly astonishing and we were very lucky to have an excellent guide to show us around. Benito explained that many successful ancient civilisations can be found along the same latitude (N18-20 i.e. the Tropic of Posted by izzy_hay in Central America & Beyond 2017 | Apr 19, 2017
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