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After some simple brekky, we wandered the streets surrounding the Zocalo which is one of the world's largest public squares. The afternoon was spent visiting, cathedral, art museum, Frida Kahlo museum which was her home converted and the costumes were really interesting. The handicraft market at San Angel was disappointing. On the way back we stopped by a food stall and had yummy soft tacos. That night we went to this cool Jazz ...
... is the real Mexico.
A short drive took us to the turn off for the Sanctuario Sierra Chincua at 0936. Jim told Sid he was staying behind. This particular reserve has had alot of government money poured into it. There are stalls for souvenirs and restaurants, all nicely laid out.
Off we set for the roughly 3k walk. Chatted with Cathy about travel. She's done some volunteer stuff in Haiti through an American university. She seems to be looking for something 'more' ...
... you must get when one new piece arrives to the museum… before you lose interest again after two minutes.
Alex was fairly busy with his work on some of the days I was there, but I was happy to go explore around. As it was my birthday, found a world beer bar and got a Brewdog but when the bill came I wasn’t so pleased! Then in the evening I met up with Tom – an old friend from University, that left to go travelling three and a half years ago, and still ...
... is know for serving the marvelous beverage. It was three floors packed by the city faithful, plus another roof area, where we had to stand around underneath an awning, sheltering from the unusually continuous rain that has been falling this summer, till we managed to get a small table. On our way down the dance floors had started to come alive. Salsa downstairs, and techno/electronic upstairs.
... note to self: take a straw next time to avoid bubbles coming back of the bottle & down your top...), arriving 1.30 hrs before their flight. Still, it wouldn't have been us otherwise!
All this came after a great send off from our friends in Mexico city & a party our neighbours were proud of. Or at least we'd like to think so :-)
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