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... The cathedral is absolutely massive and built on top and next door to the old Astec city, Tenochtitlan. The material to build the cathedral was salvaged from the Astec city. Apparently the plans for this cathderal and the cathderal in Peru were mixed up and the wrong one was built in Mexico City. Sad to see the destruction of a historical site. Very little left of the structures, but a good museum, Templo Mayor.
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... they made us the most amazing soups and fresh teas everyday which seemed to heal us!
We visited Monte Alban - an ancient Zapotec capital and archaeological site - discovered approximately 500 years BC! Spread out over the top of the mountain were an extensive set of pyramids similar to Teotihuacan pyramids. According to our guide they were designed to sit at the top of the mountain centuries ago, overlooking the valleys of Oaxaca.
... we settled into our hostel.
The next day we started with a breakfast of green enchiladas, eggs and beans and then explored the city on foot. That night we went to 'Luche Libre' (the famous Mexican wrestling! It was filled with what Macushla called choreography- acted out, styled out clashes filled with fantastic acrobatic and aerobatic flips, spins and dives. It was almost like being at the circus. Each wrestler had his ...
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Itīs been too long since I last wrote to you, (and particularly to those who still take the time to follow my progress around Latin, and now Central America), I apologise! There are good reasons, and this blog must now come to an end, so let me explain:
- Once again, sorry itīs been so long since my last entry.
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... men became gods) this will be a nice change from the manic city.
First stop will be the Shrine of Guadalupe which is Mexico holiest shrine, it’s believed that here in December 1531 an Aztec named Juan Diego was approched by the Virgin Mary while out walking. This happened 3 times and each time she implored him to convince the local Bishop to build a church on the site but he didn’t believe Diego until he returned with a divine impression of ...