Fiesta Americana Reforma
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... Mariachi bands and other musicians, floating food and crafts vendors and an amphibian apparently used by the aztecs called an axolotl. We had a trajinera to ourselves and good captain and guide. As we floated down the canals we saw other tourists and families eating, dancing, and laughing on their own trajineras. Before we returned to the dock, we stopped for lunch as it downpoured. By the time we had ...
... noone could understand us in either country. Not many have guessed we are Australian. We have copped American new zealanders Canadian and English! Most people are wrapt when we say we are Australians in usa or soya australiano in Mexico :-) Both Memphis and Mexico city people have been very welcoming and friendly. I think people realise how important tourism ...
... sinking as not built on stilts, front of church sunk 3 meters, can really tell when walking in, walking uphill. So they built bigger church with capacity of 18000 people. Has private chapels where if you give vicar money will host a private service for you upstairs. Then went to Teotihuacan - amazing - huge pyramids, sun, moon and wind. Got to climb wind and sun, gutted I missed moon, should have climbed when he was showing other ruins but began to ...
... and he uses his translator machine, so somehow he seems to understand us. We were very relieved to see him on the quayside when we got into Mangaratiba in the dark at 8 o’clock that evening!
Our stay in Rio de Janeiro culminated in the famous Mardi Gras Carnival. We had booked tickets for this event before we left France and they were duly delivered to our condo the day after we returned from Ilha Grande. We had been ...
... to Xochimiloco to ride on large gondola type boats on the remaining canals that once surrounded Mexico City. It was an amazing thing to see. Hundreds of people partying and enjoying themselves on these boats on ancient waters just like the Aztecs did. We even had a Mariachi band come aboard to entertain us!
It was a fun day and an experience I will always remember.