City Express EBC-Reforma
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... on the island and proceeded to take muck from the lake and reclaimed more land, building temples and roads through the lake, created another island and had a system of raised beds and canals for agriculture.
I went to the Palacio National to see the work of Diego Rivera. The large murals depicting the history of the Mexican people. So detailed that every time you look at it you discover something new. A powerful display. Took some pictures I'll have to send my father.
... place I would frequent) but anything to get my backpack off and a cup of coffee in my hands. They also have wifi and free refills of said coffee...I settle in for a good few hours of photo editing and catch-up emails. Through the window I can see the beautiful Palacio de Bellas Artes and once the sun has risen I head out into the teeming crowds to fight my way down to the Zocalo.
Today it has been taken over by a cycling awareness fair and hordes of children are being taught ...
... head over to the park. It is a nice Saturday and there are lots of families about. The park is nice but it seems like all the footpaths are lined with stalls of sellers selling food, drinks, ice cream, toys, tattoos, the list goes on. Its hard to appreciate how pretty the park was with the stalls in the way and people yelling out things trying to entice you to buy.
We get to the lake and I get excited and suggest we go paddle around the lake. Hinesh has a better idea and we get ...
... and sewage … plus, squatters are allowed to receive title to the land for a small fee. Many of the houses – all built of concrete block – are brightly painted and give the air of permanence. Oddly, our mapping software shows no roads, although the settlements were organized enough to often had straight streets running through them.
We were among the first to arrive at the Pyramid site (and, I will say now, as far as we could tell, the first ...
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I'm trying to "humanise" my photos and with my long lens or locking it on a wide angle and shooting from my hip or elbow quickly got back into the swing of ...