Camino Real Ixtapan De La Sal
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... castle is the "Jolly Roger" pirate symbol (skull and crossbones) located above the main entrance... underneath a traditional catholic cross. A powerful reminder that the church was not just trying to convert the natives to christianity: they were also ready to slaughter them if things didn't work out.
... The total length of this bus ride is about 3 hours. Looking forward to getting to Taxco. I keep thinking that I should have left last night for Taxco because I didn't go out yesterday after I got back to the hotel and trying to meet Natalia this morning was a bust.
They're showing a movie on the bus which is nice, Terminator Salvation en Espaņol. One thing I've noticed about translated movies is that they're easier to understand than movies originally made in ...
... hills and being missed by inches by black smoke spewing monster trucks is enough to give the jitters.
We were thrilled when we spotted a guy in the small town of San Pedro with a little juice business out of the back of his pick-up truck, about 2 km from the turn-off on HW 4 towards Malinalco +Chalma. We polished off a liter of carrot/mandarin juice in no time.
It was a steep 5km climb when we left highway ...
... These girls looooved Shiela - she was such a good playmate for them! Whenever Shiela tried to take photos of them, they grabbed her camera and wanted to learn to use it. It was so cute how every time they'd get the camera, they would carefully put the strap around their necks before picking it up.
Then we went to the big market behind the main square and it was an experience. It started down a staircase into a crowded courtyard, then led through a huge maze of ...
... to fight but to teach their people what they learned on their path to enlightenment.
There are some who say that the pyramids were built in order to pay homage to the visitors from other solar systems, aka the gods, who gave us the gift of their blood (DNA). This is the true reason that blood sacrafices were demanded from the indigenous people.
We also took part in a temazcal, which is a combination of a highly emotionally charged ...