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... then it's always lovely to buy gifts for people back home!
And what a market this was! Stalls and aisles, for blocks and blocks, filled with artisanal crafts and traditional Mexican wares. It was overwhelming. They have everything there. I went specifically looking for a few things, which I had no trouble finding. I really love buying scarves and wraps, so when I found a beautiful ...
... The sun was out and we relaxed at the front of the boat in the sunshine while our guide was right at the back steering us in the right direction and only one times ramming us into other colourful boats paddling down the streams. After xochimilco we got back on the train and went back own down. There were so many people own at the main plaza shopping at the markets, looking at the old buildings and watching shows in the street. We watched one where a bunch of men where doing all ...
... thousands of temples and shrines.
... Biblioteca, Carlos providing some detail of the tiled masterpiece. On another building were five dates on a mural: 1520 for the arrival of the Spanish, 1810 when Mexican independence stirred, 1857 when church and state were separated in the constitution, 1910 when the new constitution was put in place and 19?? [changed to 1968 by students during the student killings of that year].
Education is very cheap in Mexico. Students at UNAM pay just $20 a year but when they ...
No problem. We leave one realtor who I will supposedly meet with on Saturday and her husband who apparently speaks English. She seems sweet. So now 3 of us are in the car and go possibly the easiest way to my apartment and meet the security guards so they know my face.
And we drop off the non-delivery items from walmart...you know ones you carry out the store. However difficult to carry up a hill. It is up a big hill. And ...