Eurostars Zona Rosa Suites
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... in all it went well. The band added a few songs to the set-list to stretch it to 90 minutes. Awesome, except for the fact that I was having equipment failures. My viewfinder kept going out, I had a very touchy focus knob, and my zoom was really sensitive. My saving grace was that since the cameras we were using were so small, I was able to see over top of them to find my shot on the main screen when my camera was active.
Upon completing the show, ...
... has travelled to Australia and some of Mexico. She too is heading to the zocalo for the big match.
We get to the zocalo around 10.30 and its pretty packed. Hinesh wanted to get there at 10 but I was a little slow getting ready (oops). We find a spot to stand and there are cameras every where trying to capture the atmosphere. We regret not buying a Mexico t-shirt yesterday as the zocalo is coloured green, white and red with team spirit. Hinesh is wearing a blue shirt and red ...
... people, it's all so fascinating it's hard to even believe. The museum was incredible, such an amazing place that encapsulates the respect Mexican people hold for their mysterious past. Next stop was dinner & drinks. Leo took us to a little suburb in Mexico City called La Condesa. It was absolutely gorgeous. Little bars, restaurants and cafe's lined the street. We spent the night wining and dinning but the highlight for sure was the alcoholic cactus shots. Leo ordered ...
... our presents before the masses arrived and I got two tshirts, and a purse with a photo of the Museo de Bellas Artes on it :-) when the family arrived in the evening, we did a Catholic tradition where you go out into the street, each with a candle, singing a song, pretending to be Mary and Joseph. Some people stay inside the yard and then respond to the song as though they are the innkeepers. Once the "innkeepers" finally let "Mary and Joseph" in, you can then light ...
... looking police officers. We stopped off for lunch part way through, although weren't expecting to be brought food before we even ordered. We hadn't realised that the £2 we were paying was not just for a main, but in fact a three course meal. We waddled back through the city, via a camera shop where Hannah managed to buy an SD card with less memory for her camera, which is now working! The rest of our time in Mexico city involved more ...