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Arriving in Mexico City was a rollercoaster of emotion, from the excitement of the first real stop on our travels to the nervousness of arriving in a country that is known for its high murder rate and low quality of life! Understanding the traits of the country was always going to be the interesting part but not before being submerged in the …
... temple of the moon was a smaller pyramid that looked back across all the ruins, the temple of the sun is the third largest pyramid in the world. We climbed all the way up and then sat and admired the view. After a very dusty long morning at the ruins we headed back to the city and went to the neighbourhood of Frieda Kahle (the artist), Coyacan. It was a very pretty neighbourhood with cobbled streets and colonial buildings. In the evening Silke and I walked round ...
... ll be pleased to hear), and murals by Diego Rivera etc in public buildings.
6. The metro. Efficient, quick and only 3 cents a ride. Pretty crowded at rush hour though.
Some vignettes from Mexico:
- Two cops leaning against their riot shields while they check their smartphones.
- Young man walking down the street carrying his 1/2 life sized Virgin Mary statue.
- At Xochimilco ...
... droning of a backpacker in the common area of my lovely little hostel right near the Cathedral. Tiled and built around the central courtyard his voice echoes through the bedrooms despite my earplugs and exhaustion. I worry that he is Australian but in the morning when I hear his loud voice raised in argument in the kitchen, and again when he sits by me in the foyer and smokes cigarette after cigarette drawling 'Hasta luego bro’ to passersby I am ...
... were all but useless, directing me to parts of the city that, as far as I was concerned, had no business being anywhere near where I was.
With an increasing sense of urgency, I walked in circles, and was hissed at by prostitutes; I later read that La Merced is, at all hours of the day, Mexico City's main red light zone. Eventually I reached the edge of the market city, only to find myself in some decidedly unappealing territory, sandwiched between grim (but orange) ...
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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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