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... We wandered over to the Cathedral en masse for 6pm mass, in Spanish of course. It was different in other ways too - the magnificent organ played unfamiliar hymns, the altar servers wore dark suits, the congregation knelt and stood at different times, and communion queues were a confusion. But a wonderful experience. Walking across Zocola (plaza) is an experience itself. It is lined with impressive buildings like the National Palace and the ...
... get a day off from work and the plan is for us to do take one of those hop-on/hop-off turista buses for some sightseeing. I'm also told a plate of mole is in my immediate future--so far I've been warned about Moctezuma's revenge but haven't had the misfortune of experiencing it...if I'm not careful tomorrow, lunch may very well do me in...(good thing I brought that Immodium with me!)
... we were close to the Zona Rosa and thus couldn't pass up the opportunity to eat out and have a look around. This is the more upscale, nightlife area, and home to a lot of the homosexual population in Mexico city. There were a lot of same sex couples holding hands and openly making out, which was unexpected (at least for me!) for a country in Central America. We found a really tasty taco place which was super cheap and ordered delicious one liter fresh ...
... drag, the elegant Paseo de la Reforma. It's a massive city and there's a lot to see, with many different areas and architectural styles and plenty of impressive buildings, not least around the giant Plaza de la Constitución or Zócalo, which is reputedly the largest in the Americas. We went back to his flat for a bit of downtime before going out for an evening meal with another one of his friends at a French restaurant in a nice area of town where we had onion soup ...
... which was as it sounds... a market for fresh meat. Anything from chickens (including feet, neck, head) to whole pigs to rabbits to plucked lambs to fish with bulging eyes to exotic order-in animals like iguana or even kangaroo! After the meat market was the fruit market which was much more appetizing and where we bought loads of fresh fruit like mangoes, peaches, bananas and more (they also had strange ...