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... artists, in addition to live performances. As we were heading out to dinner, two guys ended up running in to our hostel to get out of the rain. After talking for a few minutes, the four of us went out to dinner and then to dance at a Mariachi impersonator venue. It was fun meeting people who were actually from the city and spending time with them! On Wednesday, we took our final Metro trip to a park called Bosque de Chapultepec that reminds me of ...
... and out of the tourist areas to find the Mexico Arena and watched some Luche Libre (mexican Wrestling), which was awesome. It is a big event in Mexico and the crowd was deafening. Its all about the drama and cheering for your favourite wrestlers. The crowd cat calls and everyone was amazed by the acrobatic display from the wrestlers. Currently we are at the airport waiting for our flight to Cancun to then Bus onto Tulum.
... the Air Canada points collection system under the Star Alliance] number.
Opening my wallet, no Aeroplan card where it should be. Worse, no credit card where it should be. That moment of panic of having lost them or at minimum left them behind at the folks was setting in. Flipping into the money section, enormous relief. I had both out at the hotel check-in and dumbly [travel friends, needn't shut up on this one] forgot to slot them in their normal ...
... with rifles on each corner and driving around with 4 or 5 of them in the back of utes with riot gear. Then when I reached the zocola (which is the largest in Central America, however I was unable to appreciate it) I realized why. There were tents and people everywhere. Initially I thought it was some kind of market but once I started to read some of the signs I realized it was a protest, sit in/rally. Turns out after asking some people . The government is trying to ...
... and rotating upside down until they reached the ground! Origins in a pagan festival and they revolve 52 times which is related to the Mayan calendar. Got to check the proper name for it.
Had a handy night, flying to Cancun in the morning and catching a ferry to Isla ...