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... National Antropology museum with exhibitions of the different cultures of the prehispanic times. One needs 2 days to explore all the exhibits.
The next morning we took a bus 60km to Theotihuacan (these names are very foreign to our tongues!) where we had to climb (of course) the pyramid of the Moon and the pyramid of the Sun and walk the Avenue of the Dead. Those steps are very high and steep and the next day our thighs certainly let us know all about ...
... pork ribs with cactus baked in avocado and banana leaves - WOW! It was all seriously good! Washed down with some Mescal martini's and Mexican wine - it was a day to remember!
Next stop - Tulum! A 3 hour plane journey to Cancun - Mexico's Caribbean coast. Tulum is on the southern tip of Riviera Maya and has been voted Mexico's most stylish beach destination. We spent 5 nights here and the beaches were incredible - turquoise water and white sand - ...
... chocolate/chili sauce. The meal was a success. Trip ********s [past trips] were a source of mutual aggravation.
Jim got some further coin, pressing buttons and money coming out eventually. It was still early so I thought we should walk toward a distant dome. We somehow zigged when we should have zagged at a curve in the road but did manage to walk off a good chunk of a good dinner. Bruce and Donna [Edmonton] were just heading out of ...
... in trip advisor :) everything tasted fantastic! After lunch we went to the main square (Zocalo) which is the third biggest in the world after Tiannemen and Red Squares, visited the beautiful but slightly run down cathedral and an Aztec temple (only discovered about 30 years ago).. Personally I didn't really feel good in that place because of the killing and murders "sacrifice for gods" that happen there .. Really funny feeling I had. But I'm sure is worth it to ...
... Mexican musicians and smelling the delicious aromas of tortillas from floating food vendors. We used our Indonesian bargaining skills to arrange the price for our private boat.
After the boat ride and some local street food (quesadillas and taquitos
covered in chilli sauce-yum!) we went on another epic public transport
journey to the Frida Kahlo museum where we learnt about this artist's
fascinating life ...