Camino Real Pedregal
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... br> This is a bit more of his story:
When Mr. Fermin found himiself out of a job he realized he was used to following instructions and to solving problems when told to do so, but, suddenly he realized he needed to solve his own and so, he started thinking on other issues, unresolved situations in his country and so he realized that by doing that he could create a product to sell and that would tackle one of the biggest concerns ...
And an exciting 9 days we've had since the last entry... But lets go back in time to our last full day in Mexico City. Boy, that feels like months ago!! I usually enjoy being an independent traveler, but after a busy few days we decided to book a day tour to Teothuacan - the pyramids of the Sun and Moon! We figured it would be a cruisier day than facing the Metro network and buses, and it was. But it was a typical tour, we called into a silver shop, ...
... allowed inside), and the world's third largest urban square, which the locals mostly use for flying kites. Local food includes marrow fried in tequila (smooth) and fried grasshoppers (chewy), which didn't really agree with me. I'm going to be doing my own cookery lessons in the hostel ...
... weren't worried, why should we have been?
Mexico won that game, but unfortunately all 3, yes 3!, goals were scored while we were in transit to Puebla. So, as exciting as the Zocalo was, we missed the big celebration of the goals and the win. BUMMER!!! I was pretty disappointed about that.
I don't know how often this last section will appear in my blogs, but enough happened in these 4 days for it to be it's own section this ...
... Emperor of Mexico. Just across the road in the main square was a military expo so we crashed in and Zoe got a photo with the Mexican army and nearly ended up being enlisted! Exhausted we headed back after 8hrs of walking and sightseeing for a nice dinner and to pack as we head to Oaxaca tomorrow. Mexico City has been ace and I would highly recommend it for it antiquity (ancient civilizations 2000 Bc – Present including Aztecs, Mayans & numerous others), it’s food and ...