Fiesta Inn Insurgentes Viaduct
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... in our free country.
I always come away remembering that I have seen corrupt political systems (Bolivia and Mexico) and semi-corrupt systems (Peru). And I have once again seen poverty beyond what Americans can even imagine. And it makes me appreciate all that I have. My family and friends, and a home that even the luckiest South Americans do not have.
Day 4. Decided I needed to get a bit more culture and typical tourist sightseeing in so today I was going to head out to the Pyramids...yep they have them in Mexico as well but not for burial as I was informed indirectly by a very loud American accented tour guide with one of his equally loud and rather obnoxious tour group!
At breakfast I was telling Michael what I had planned and it turns out he and his partner Anderson and their friend Meryl all from San ...
... around. It’s also the most Mayan in design, which also suggests that it was built around the time of its follower.
We returned from the site to the city, in 55 minutes (Paul won the bet). Once back, Paul and I put in about three hours of work. In the evening, Emily was pretty wiped, so we just went out for pizza. After dinner, Emily and I returned home while the boys went to find Clandestina, a mescal bar, but it had disappeared … so they went to the large La ...
... It was quite comical with whistles been used to warn fellow traders of the approaching police. Secretly I wish the police came with the riot shields.
... certainly gave me more than thousands of books I could have read about this place. Some people are travelling to see buildings, and stay days on the beach - but I am travelling to get to know people, and to bring back to Europe lifetime experience. Mexico - from now on, you make a part of my life, and ones again big thank you, for your kindness, and for every minute I spent ...