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... obvious comparison, standing the tests of time of weathering and earthquakes the site is something to just amaze you.
Our local guide greets us and takes us around this massive complex, the structures we are told have specific astronomical significance, each section can depict upon when the sun rises what time of the year you are on knowing when the summer/winter solstice's are to absolute precision defies belief.
What is strange ...
Emmanuel and I got up early, busted a move to the bus station and arrived in Pachuca in the state of Hidalgo. We ended up waiting almost 2 hours in the hair salon where Steph and the bridesmaids and the mother of the bride were getting their hair did to save on a taxi ride to the town where the wedding was. It was a very beautiful and tiny tiny town but I have no recollection of what it was called.
... people could touch to regain energy. It could however be because they were sitting or standing for a long period that would be the reason they would be less exhausted, but I'm saying nothing. Also, at the summit I was surprised to see so many butterflies flying around.
While being less exhausting, the way down was far more treacherous, as the steps were so steep and thin, I almost fell many, many times.
We then searched for ...
Uma curiosidade em relação as pirâmides mexicanas é sua diferença com as do Egito.
Enquanto nas egípcias há câmaras subterrâneas e túneis, nas mexicanas os visitantes sobem até o seu topo através de escadas e patamares.
Estudiosos explicam que os povos astecas realizavam rituais e oferendas aos seus deuses na parte mais alta da pirâmide.
Em Teotihuacan, a pirâmide do Sol tem seu topo reto e liso, perfeito para a ...
Emmanuel and I went to Teotihuacán which was a "... complex of awesome pyramids set amid what was once Mesoamerica's greatest city just 50 km northeast of Mexico City..." (stolen from Lonely Planet). It was my favourite tourist day so far despite battling a bad stomach.
There were two large pyramids, Pirámide del Sol and Pirámide de la Luna which dominate the remains of this former city; Teotihuacán was México's largest ancient ...