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... Mayor of the Aztec city of Tenochititlan. Stones from the destruction of the Aztec temple were used in the construction of the Catedral. From 1573 to 1813 sections were built until it's completion. Over the years the church has withstood flooding, fires and surprisingly enough the church was actually sinking and was added to the 100 Most Endangered Sites. Fortunately, ...
... pollo - chicken, ternera - beef and carne - meat, but most of the things might as well be written in Chinese. We were able do understand when the waiter asked if we wanted a drink because he brought over a sign with margaritas written on it, so while in Mexico we indulged and got margaritas, they were very strong. As usual they loaded our table with breads, corn chips salsas and some onions, carrots and peppers drenched in vinegar. We found some things on the menu that we could ...
We arrived in Mexico after a long day of buses and flights. We went to our hostel and went up to the roof top bar to chill out for a while. We decided to try out the free dinner that our hostel offered and had a few Mexican beers. The dinner was certainly nothing special but it was free so we just ate it anyway (plus if you threw anything away you had to pay). We went and got organised to go out and caught a taxi to an Irish pub as it was St Patricks day. We went to one pub and the ...
... bar to pick up a couple of beers that is when I saw it.
It was something I have never seen before. A case of Jose Cuervo Tequila 216 years old and 3 litres of it, I asked the bartender if I could have a look at the bottle inside. He was happy to show it to me and told me of the story of how one Dutch guy had bought this and taken it back to Holland. He shared it with everyone and returned the bottle to this hostel where he shared the last bits with the bartender. I asked him how ...
... can meet some nice people there. It is also cheap for the money. Spent 4 days on Ometepe. Next and final stop was going to be Montezuma. So, on the ferry again to San Jorge and then to the border. Yet another one !!!!!!
Costa Rica – I never actually planned to go to Costa Rica, however I was flying from San Jose to get back to Mexico City anyway, also I was told about this beach place called Montezuma which was meant to be very chilled and also had ...
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