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... since our trip to the pyramids is tomorrow and that can't be postponed due to illness! I'm crossing my fingers that I'll be able to handle it...
But, now it's nearly 1AM. I Skyped with Aidan tonight back home, and that pushed my bedtime back dramatically. I'm bushed. If you check back tomorrow, I'll have the photos uploaded--hope you'll tune back in for those, since there are some cool ones in there :)
Love from Mexico,
... to take us to the other side of town, and, specifically, MUMEDI - Museo Mexicano del Diseņo ( the Mexican Museum of Design). MUMEDI is not closed on Monday. In actuality, we visited MUMEDI twice the two days we were there - to eat. Next the exhibition area of the museum is a really cute restaurant/cafe with a great menu. (I can't believe between us both that we don't have any photos of our food, or of the space. ...
... to give our driver Pedro was first a dollar a day ie perhaps 30 pesos, maybe 40, give 50 if you want 50 MP.
Jim asked about the tip for Sid. I thought anywhere between $1.00 to $3.00 US equivalent would be in order. I thought something rounded to the nearest 50 MP based on $2.00 US was in the ballpark. There were days we saw little of him and/or others guided [a negative] but he was a real comedian, quipster and always helpful [a positive].
Today's Stupid ...
... at night. Transportation is pretty decent and the metro at 3 Pesos (about 10p) is insanely cheap, so it is pretty easy to get about and explore.
The Metro itself is one of the most interesting aspects about the city. The carriages serve as a conveyer belt for market traders, singers (some better than others), freaks and people blasting out all kinds of ***** music from boombox backpacks. It is certainly not a peaceful place! As the trains reach the next stop, ...
... of mass human sacrifice. The bodies of the sacrifices were ornately decorated, including necklaces made of human jaws (you might be able to see this in the photo...).
On our last day in the city we took it easy in preparation for our long bus journey that evening (13 hours, starting at 22:00). So we walked around the local area and discovered a lot of other great restaurants in much closer walking distance. We decided to spend ...
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