Hacienda Casa Del Indio
Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... all over with bunches of herbs. People were lining up to have it done. People selling all different kinds of crafts and food, kites flying, music from all kinds of bands and the organ grinders who are everywhere in the city. One evening walking back to the hotel there was a whole orchestra performing Motzarts requiem with the most amazing singers to hundreds of people – it was wonderful standing in the cool breeze listening to the music with kites flying above ...
... and carmalized. I added a squeeze of lime and green spicy salsa. The final stop was for carnitas tacos made from a mix of pig parts (tongue, snout, uterus, oh my!).
When I got back to the hostel in the early afternoon I just crashed and fell into a food coma. I needed the ...
... Trudging uphill, I went past a park with artists already setting up their wares.
A young bloke approached me to do a survey about Mexican politics. I ended up asking him questions instead. They're about to have presidential elections in July. After chatting, he gave me his number, "call me when you're back again", he said.
Next, had a chat with one of the artists. It was still early at around 10:30 AM. He said I have a ...
... San Cristobal sometimes dropping to 0 degrees so it was fantastic to be able to sit around the fire at night. As a reward for our help the American couple who were managing the hostel took everyone out to their favourite taco restaurant which had amazing Mexican food.
The next day Liv and I decided to go on a short hike up one of the dormant volcanoes 15 minutes out of town. The hike was only a couple of km's long but it was straight ...
... 8220;Are you two flight crew?” asked a skinny guy from San Francisco, who worked as a steward for United. Er, no.
The final big event, and undoubted highlight of our time in Mexico City took place on Monday 15th August – Matt and Ana’s civil wedding.
Without knowing how much pain they had to go through to even get permission for Matt (a foreigner) to marry Ana, it’s hard to understand what ...
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