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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Home Mexico City
I stayed here for just one night and moved to Hostel 333 on block away. The room was so cold and the bed was also in bad condition. didnt worth of 170 pesos at all.
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... tho, it looks a lot like the representation of the tree of life I recently saw sculpted in some Assyrian ruins at the British museum.
It is amazing to see the influence of Babylon's false religion in all cultures, Bible truth muddied up with pagan worship, mythology and Tradition. No wonder many people here have been drawn to the freedom that comes from learning the Truth. I really look forward this week to start some public ...
... and it is so cheap sometimes I wonder why I bother cooking, it is good to eat food not loaded with chillies occasionally! But even so I find myself cooking the strangest concoctions. My favourite seems to be pasta mixed with fried onions, chillies and tomatoes, topped with sliced avocado and cheese. Oh with a bit of crispy bacon when I have it! Rachel and I were talking about it the other evening and she agreed that here we don’t seem to ...
... the beds comfy (and bed-bug free!), and the bathrooms were a pleasure! Girls only, complete with vanity mirrors!
Being creatures of habit, our first meal was back at a little taqueria we discovered first time round. The tacos were still as good, especially the gringas (marinated pork with cheese and pine on a flour tortilla). They didn't recognise us, that would've been impressive but they pointed out that they're open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Yup, we went ...
... by dolphins, seen silly amounts of ruins, churches, museums and countless other experiences that we'll remember for the rest of our lives (or at least until we go senile).
A few facts and figures:
Countries visited: 12 (Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Belize, Mexico, plus a 5 hour stop over in Colombia).
Places visited: 74
Wonders of the World seen: ...
... had a thick heavy Spanish laden accent. She reminded me of my mother. I laughed to myself and moved on.
A pleasant flight into Mexico City, I sat next to a man who had a Phd in socio economics and was very nice and we spoke of many things, including energy healing, the safety of water, and his daughter entering nursing school. He was tired, and said he would spend one day in mexico city only to leave the next day for Paris, ...