I got to teach a Zumba class at the Hacienda while I was on vacation - I LOVED IT! I was going to take the class and instead, I got to teach! What an awesome experience!!!
This place has really suffered from a lack of funding and care. It is overgrown, has some a limited exhibition - but all only in Spanish (which is quite typical in Mexico, they don't translate as other countries in museums). I explored hoping to discover a hidden gem but sadly it was missing. I get the feeling it should be... More
First of all, they are now charging 20 Pesos per person to visit this dump. This is a 100% increase since it was 10 Pesos before. And for that 100% increase, you get... NOTHING AT ALL ! No animals, no pretty garden, no well maintain area, just an old dog walking around looking depressed. Here is what you will see.... More
On a cloudy day, we went to Hacienda Mundaca with my parents and my kids. A mistake, unfortunately. It's quite overgown, not much to see, not well maintained. There is a strange, small, out-of-place fake native village made out of flimsy materials, with no context or explanation. And there is a strange little house that I suppose belonged to the... More
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