Casa de los Frailes
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... 160; We would see the performers again and again. From nighttime performances in places across the city including the historical center of the city called El Zocalo, to the big stage the following in the auditorium on Monday evening, to the streets at night for seemingly impromptu parades. They're here for weeks and along with them come tourists, other performers and vendors which make for a really celebratory and fun atmosphere rich with ...
... grown in Mexico, but there are imports as well, apples from Oregon and pineapples from Costa Rica. Why is it that we get only one kind of banana, while the Mexicans have five or more varieties among which to choose? And the mangoes! Something like seven varieties are sold, including a green type. These green ones are so juicy that you can roll them on a hard surface, cut off the end, and suck out the juice. Larry is in heaven. Not ...
... were quite a few tourists and travellers but mainly Mexican holiday-makers. It's a really beautiful place with this arty/ foodie vibe. There was a Artisanal festival on that was finishing on the Sunday. This place is famous for these amazingly intricately painted fantastical animal and also for the quality of it's ceramics. If have loved to have bought a ceramic piece but I just didn't think it would survive the next few weeks! After having a good look around the market ...
... not be literally translated) is, "may it go well with you" and your response is, "equally". Every time Daphne or I manage to hear it, as it is usually mumbled, and we get in a Igualmente, the kids give us a high five.
We are also coming along enough with our language that we do not sound like total idiots despite still having trouble conjugating verbs on the fly. It is part of the problem of knowing about the other tenses is that when you realize it ...
Arrived safely into Mexico City and found our way to Hotel Isabel in the downtown Historic centre. The first thing we noticed as we walked around this big city was the amount of police presence everywhere. In any given city block we would see at least 10 usually more police men and women walking around or just leaning against a building. We later found out that riot police had been bought into many of the Mexican cities because of ...