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... got down from the pyramid, we walked around a little bit more and found some little animal friends. I just googled the spanish word for them, "tejon" and it turns out they were badgers?!?!?! Hahaha! They were friendly like dogs are friendly and I fed them peanuts right out of my hand! I had absolutely no clue they were badgers until just now. They didn't look like what I would call a badger because they had long snouts like an anteater? Oh well! I pet a badger on a mountain. ...
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 ...
... a family that had just paid a band to play, they started dancing in the street and before long, others had joined in too – what a great way to start a party.
Even a few blocks down the street there were mariachi bands in the roads trying to flag cars down to stop them so they could play a song to them. Just madness everywhere!
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... its traditional motifs and architecture, highlighted by a graphic indication of the splitting of the basilica near the altar due to the water table. The new basilica lacked any spiritual sense. We left at 1628.
More drizzle and a second round of seeming throwing up by Dave. Passed the beautiful Palace of Fine Arts, also sinking. Its exterior is covered with carrera marble. Got the drill for tomorrow. Carlos and Dave got off a block or so early to go to a pharmacy. We reached ...