La Casita Del Patio Verde
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Day 273 There is a running loop on the edge of Chapultepec Park near the Gandhi statue that is very well used in the mornings. Although it has taken him several weeks, Ben has finally learned the unwritten rules of the loop. The first rule that he learned through trial and improvement is that there is a specific direction for running on the loop: anticlockwise. After running against the tide a couple of times, it became clear to Ben that ...
When arriving in Mexico I have to show when I will leave the country again and am asked some questions (discrimination for the first time, yes I am blond, white and blue eyed and for all Mexicans I look like an American woman). All the other travellers I meet and asked on my journey were not asked any questions when checking in and one Irish guy was happy when I heard that I was checked as he did take some precautions ...
... there we were greeted with hospitality by Carmen and Danielle and were given a ride to la casa de la familia Flores. After a quick nap we were ready to be tourists in Mexico City. We were able to see El Angel, Bellas Artes, Latin Tower, and Zocalo Cathedral the first day, then on the second day the Teotihuacan Pyramids.
After the pyramids (StairMasters with views) we needed to refuel and what better way ...
... find the hostel and check in. It is again quite nice and we even got a 10% discount since we're staying here for 8 nights.
Dinner is at a local chicken place and for 69 pesos we get half a chicken, rice, tortillas and salsa. We pass by a bakery with delicious looking deserts, we resist but will come back to try some of the cakes there this week. Hinesh grabs a small bag of sugary jelly sweets for his desert and I grab a coffee for my desert. We walk around the zocalo for a ...
... wrestlers, building up to the main event, a three on three extravaganza. Sitting in a crowd dominated by Mexican, they were chanting, shouting and screaming - screaming profanities we later found out. So when in Rome… we started screaming the same profanities as tought to us by the locals, receiving lots of smiles and laughter. The main stars of the night were Dragon Rojo (mask purchased), Guerrero Maya, Puma, Mascara Dorada, Polvora and Mistico ...