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... their stuff while the students took me out drinking and grilled me about Australia and speaking English. Funny how a day can pick up sometimes.
Mexico City is big and tiring and worth doing first with a bit of energy rather than at the back end of your travels. I think I needed a few more weeks there to really get the hang of it, despite its smog and noise and craziness. Travel is an art. Hindsight is an exact ...
... fact that it is plagued with bad publicity, and danger from narcos… to be fair we did see quite a few bullet holes along the way... but I really loved Monterrey and was impressed with how the new modern developments didn’t take away from Monterrey the beauty and the culture which makes this city so unique.
Now for an unbelievable week in Los Cabos!
Beautiful first day in Los Cabos. Until next time… Lots of Fenton loving, Kim ...
... the world's largest mural by DR is here. It plasters the 10 storey library on all four sides. Its huge and just an amazing piece of artwork. It uses 10 different natural rocks so only 10 different colours make up the mural. Its so good that the government in its time encouraged and paid for this. I wish Sydney was like this but no chance. In fact, the University is now a UNESCO heritage site.
Onto the Blue House in Coyocan, another former village swallowed up by ...
... 4:00 am.
“Why aren’t the kiosks open at least?”
“Who would help you if you had a problem?”
Duh, if I had a problem, I’d wait until 4:00. If I didn’t, I could get my boarding pass and get onto the concourse. Assuming the security checkpoints were even open.
Surely United and SuperShuttle were aware that there was no point in my arriving at Minneapolis St. Paul airport before four am, ...
... that they don’t open for dinner and close every day at 6pm. I asked the guy at reception for a recommendation and he told me about a place called Mercaderes a couple of blocks away from the hotel on 5 de Mayo. Great choice and so much better than Cafe Tacuba. It’s in a lovely old building and there were only a couple of other tables taken so the service was quick and personable. I almost ordered ant’s eggs for my entree but luckily asked the waiter for an ...