Filadelfia Corporate Suites Hotel
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... for the rest of the wrestlers were pretty cool - the mask and matching leggings with a matching cape for their runway walk. Some didn't have masks but were still in bright suits. All in all, worth the experience if you are ever in Mexico City. Don't do it with a tour group, its easy enough to organise on your own and if you're lucky like us you end up sitting with locals and soaking up the atmosphere the way its suppose to be experienced.
We make the journey home and there is ...
... up fruit in big cups. After three days of already eating so much cheese and beans and drinking beer, I just want a ******n fruit cup on the way home. But alas, we can't find one. So we find a fruit shop and I'm pretty sure we got morbidly ripped off. Good fruit though. Luckily... Back at the hostel and we book our next few nights stays in Puebla and Oaxaca. Head out for dinner (more cheese!) and we are officially stuffed. Will definitely get the salad tomorrow. Maybe. ...
... with a big Christmas tree, a change from Cusco, so Manuel drove us home via a very lit up street with colourful lanterns, santas and reindeer. The next day I had egg and nogales for breakfast, (a kind of cactus!) and I met Manuel's Schnauzer, who is an old lady at the age of 14 but still has a lot of the same characteristics Millie and Pippa had. Then went into the centre of DF to the Museo de Bellas Artes, which was unfortunately partly closed due to refurbishment work, though ...
... you hear constant jaguar growls as vendors blow them in hopes of a sale. The sound is piercing and eerie with the acoustics. Katie got a jaguar whistle; Caroline got an owl whistle; Thomas got an eagle whistle. It is Thomas' prized possession!!!
Lastly, we all summited the Sun Pyramid, the tallest and largest of three. The view of the valley from this point is amazing. The steps are steep and worn and it is a bit tricky. ...
... much every day thereafter. That night I was back up at the rooftop bar, and when the clock struck midnight it was a very momentous occasion for me. 1000 days of travelling, or more precisely 1000 days since I left Wales on the 5th October 2010. ...