Hostel Amigo Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our green haired friend from the hostel, Gina, arrived just after us, sporting a fantastic face paint job with a head dress of flowers, skulls and diamante, that a friend had made for her. Her dress featured skeletons and skulls - but so do most of her clothes. She was definitely 'best in show' of all those who made an effort.
Had to walk …
We started the day with a trip to the Palazio Nacional to see the Diego Rivera murals, but we couldn't get in without id. So back to the Amigo's for Jon's driving license, which was spirited away when we were issued with passes - so glad we decided against a passport.
The murals went around the staircase from the mezzanine level and around …
The overnight bus from Palenque left at 5pm. The driver had already drawn the curtains so it was dark throughout. The journey passed fairly quickly and seamlessly, the only issue being occasionally boarded by people in white tops, who would look at us and go away again. This was a mystery to us until we were woken at 6am by another such chap, who …
... with nuts. Even Hinesh was fighting me over it. Day 2 done.
Day 3: we explore Centro Historico today. I am tired today as I was up late looking for NYC apartments to rent and people kept slamming their door shuts during the night. Nikons in hand we head firstly to Cathedral Metropolitana - the church at the exit of the subway. We also wander around inside and it is a weird layout. Mass was on at the back of the church, where the layout is your usual catholic church, but to the ...
... tourists in the plaza and consenquently had to hide in fear – we were sitting ducks for a unwanted Mariachi attack. Scarpered as quick as we politely could, took another pleasant walk through the streets, munched another Opera Baguette and went to bed early in anticipation of tmrws departure to Oaxaca.
PS – by day two it was apparent that we are both crushingly anti-social people and that being a couple has ...