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... a tamarind snack with chilli, sugar and lime. It came in a ball in the bottom of a plastic cup with a straw with additional sweet tamarind dough wrapped around it. It wasn't the most delicious food he has tried on this trip. He wasn't even able to finish it, which is very unusual for a man who has regularly been called a human dustbin. We parted ways with Martin and Pilar at the Contemporary Art Museum on the edge of the ...
... challenged, that is saying something! Running on to our metro train as it was closing its doors made me feel like I was back in Manhattan-it felt normal. The best part was we made all of our connections, including our bus route, with no issues. And the ruins were nice too. ;) Teotihuacan was one of the most remarkable cities and considered to be one of the world's greatest archaeological sites. In its day, it was massive, ...
... and trying out just about every café in our neighborhood of Polanco.
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However, we have had one big change! Dixie is losing her status as our only child:
... so we settled for a tradition Mcdonalds, but to our surprise even that was served with jalapeños. Feeling a little bit better we Head to the bus station to purchase a ticket for an over night trip to our second destination in Mexico. We discussed San cristobal de casa and Palenque both in Chiapas and opted to go for Palenque! The scheduled journey time was 13 hours departing at 6.30 and arriving around 8am! Didn't sound to bad for the miles we were ...
... the pyramids by overlaying the previous build, until it finally stood approx 60m high before the Spanish arrived. A fairly blood thirsty lot who expanded their territory by extracting tributes from surrounding tribes in exchange for an agreement that no human sacrifices or other retributions would occur. Bit of a protection racket really which meant that when the Spanish arrived they were not short of villages looking to become their allies ...