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... that's look like the US where you can see the house from the street. They also have the main house and then several other "cabanas" where the kids would sleep.
-Stores are set up in what looks like old rundown buildings or just a tent that they set up.
-There are so many broken down buildings that are still here whereas the US we tear things down and build new buildings.
-The streets are either paved or stoned and very narrow!
-We look ...
On the 22nd, Manuel and I went to Tepoztlan, a small town about an hour outside of DF for the day and to also meet up with Claudia and Joe. Claudia is from near to Guadalajara and was also studying in Newcastle and Joe is a friend of hers visiting for the Christmas holidays. Tepoztlan is where, according to legend, Quetzalcoatl, the Aztec serpent god, was born. Due to this the town is said ...
Today we had a good sleep in after our big week, we had decided that Monday will be leaving Mexico City to head south to Cuernavaca so we could go to El Rollo water park. We were just going to take it easy over the last weekend in the big city. We headed out after breakfast up to the shopping area near the museum and found there was markets on in the park. We spent most of the day walking around market stall picking up some bargains. We got some cheap fake Ray Ban sunnies, ...
... horses. The odds a clearly stacked in the matadors favour here. An interesting evening but a brutal sport and Kerrie was shocked to learn that they do kill the bull.
The second day we visited some different ruins and cathedrals around Mexico City. Mexico City was infact built on a lake therefore many of the old heavy buildings foundations are poor and the buildings have sunk. The cathedral we visited, the ...
... photos at end of Day#3)
Walking through town, the Xochimilco Open-air Mercado attracts us with its mountains of local fruit, vegetables, flowers, fresh poultry and meats, spices and herbs, and anything you don't need...for a bargain! (Click on the link for photos Day #3)
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