By Macy Collett

You will need to know...

The transportation we will be using is a double decker bus. To go from place to place if traveling far or a long distance, we will have to ride it. Not every place we go we will use one, sometimes we will walk if its not a very far distance if were just examining an area.

Foods we are going to try are corn, beans and chilli peppers. We will also try some meats such as beef, pork, and chicken. Mexico has some similar foods as we do, but also some very different.

In Mexico they do not have four seasons, they have dry and wet seasons. The dry seasons last from October through April, and the wet seasons last from may through September.

The national currency of mexico is the Mexican peso. Banco de Mexico is mexicos central bank issuing coin and paper money is legal. Prices throughout the country are mostly shown with a dollar-sign in front of the Peso amount, and in some parts of the country businesses accept U.S. dollars, it's almost always more less expensive for travelers to pay with Mexican Pesos.

One main attraction we have to see is the Acapulco, it is a Mexican resort town which came by in the 1950s as a place for Hollywood stars and millionaires. Still, Acapulco remains a popular tourist destination especially for Mexicans and at spring break US college students like to go visit.

Some phrases you will need to know in Spanish is, yes, no, please, thank you, no thank you, you're welcome and excuse me and or pardon me.

Yes- si no- no please-por favor thank you-gracias you're welcome-de nada no thank you- no gracias excuse me or pardon me-disculpeme Hello-hola Goodbye-adios How are you?-como-estas and very good thank you- muy bien gracias

Macys Amazing travels! - Call 1888 call macy

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