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As soon as we left the airport we were greeted with a firecracker being set off in the middle of the road. Welcome to Mexico. Blimey, we thought it was a gunshot but then we saw the little kid and the bang.
The last week in England has been a mixture of some very good times, catching up with as many friends that I could possibly fit in, …
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Itīs been too long since I last wrote to you, (and particularly to those who still take the time to follow my progress around Latin, and now Central America), I apologise! There are good reasons, and this blog must now come to an end, so let me explain:
- Once again, sorry itīs been so long since my last entry.
- For some months, it has felt very weird to ...
... Day #2)
... in Rome, right?
I arrived back to the hostel about 11:PM and had some beers and empanadas on the pedestrian street.
... local wrestling team demonstrating their moves with anyone brave enough to have a go, but it was mainly kids having fun. As it was starting to warm up, we went into the Museo Nacional de las Culturas at the back of the Palacio National http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_P alace_%28Mexico%29 to have a look round. We followed that with a good look round the Palace which involved metal detectors and another quick pat down. Once inside we were shown an introduction video ...