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... cleansed with incense.) This all happens in front of and next to the cathedral, which was my destination because I wanted to check out mass times. Turns out one was about to start so I went to mass and then headed back to the hotel. On the way back I got a free hug from a group of college-aged students who were giving them away, and I got a picture of myself with the street sign for James Sullivan St. and discovered the monument to mothers.
... We went for lunch at a classic Mexican restaurant from 1912 where all the waitresses wore classic outfits. I tried enchiladas for the first time and they weren't half bad! We continued touristing by visiting the cathedral (but it was quite packed as it was ash-wednesday or something), the art museum and the old postal office which is probably one of the most beautiful buildings in the whole city. In the afternoon we went to the VIP cinema which might ...
We have now left Disney and have arrived in Mexico City where we are staying with one of Maria's old friends, Kenny Viese, www.kennyviese.com who is a talented Danish photographer who lives and works in Mexico.The food here is really nice but also very spicy. We eat a lot of tacos and queasadillas, which are mais pancakes with meat and melted cheese. The avocados here are also a facorite. On almost every corner there is a street kitchen where you can ...
... hit and miss, some good and some bad. The Mexicans have chillies on/in everything and for every meal! Our last night in Mexico City was in a little back street cafe with a crowd of Mexicans singing karaoke, playing dominoes, dancing and drinking tequila! Great fun! From Mexico City we flew to Chihuahua for a night enroute to the Copper Canyon. Arrived in Creel on Sunday and will be out on the coast probably Thursday. Will post some more pics then. ...
... their stuff while the students took me out drinking and grilled me about Australia and speaking English. Funny how a day can pick up sometimes.
Mexico City is big and tiring and worth doing first with a bit of energy rather than at the back end of your travels. I think I needed a few more weeks there to really get the hang of it, despite its smog and noise and craziness. Travel is an art. Hindsight is an exact ...
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