HauSuites & Spa By Dominion
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... in long, green overcoats tend immaculate stalls, cutting fruit tasters for potential customers. They are brisk but certainly know their trade. If you ask for an avocado that will be at its best on Tuesday, they'll pick one out for you. We emerged with at least a week's worth of produce, including tomatoes, limes, okra, sprouts, guava, papaya, green tomatoes (which here are not the same us unripe red ones), onion, chillies, corriander, mamey, ...
... artists, in addition to live performances. As we were heading out to dinner, two guys ended up running in to our hostel to get out of the rain. After talking for a few minutes, the four of us went out to dinner and then to dance at a Mariachi impersonator venue. It was fun meeting people who were actually from the city and spending time with them! On Wednesday, we took our final Metro trip to a park called Bosque de Chapultepec that reminds me of ...
... off our '2' bags we took a walk around the square. All the Christmas decorations were still up and there was ice-skating in the centre of the square. We ventured into a local café for some dinner. After much analysis of the menu with the Spanish phrase book in hand, we all ordered the 'safe' chicken taco option. The waiter then placed a huge plate of pastries on the table...temptation and confusion at it best! We quickly realised why Mexico is the diabetes capital of the ...
... of course!!). We spent the rest of the week trying to explore the city, the brilliant anthropology museum and travelling out to the Sun and Moon pyramids at Teotihuacan. Mexico City is wonderful, colourful, bright, bustling, varied and above all noisy! You would not believe the almost pathological fear of silence that affects this city's inhabitants; from the incessant clomping on the keyboard coming from Sarah's neighbour ...
... bunch if that's the reason!
Got a tour of the Templo Mayor from a guide, its the excavated remains of the main Aztec temple built on the site where the Aztecs saw an eagle killing a serpent on what was then a small island in the middle of the lake that Mexico City is now built. They extended the footprint by driving wooden stakes into the shallow lake bed and infilling with mud and stones. Smart men! Over generations, successive ...