Hotel ITER Internacional Aeropuerto Terminal 2
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... a little later than usual, we stocked up on fruit and veg. We are beginning to know which stalls to go to for certain products now. Sadly for Ben, this will be his last visit to his beloved market for quite some time, as we will be out of the city next Saturday. Kori is fond of the market too but will carry forth mixed memories of the place; a couple of ...
Arrival in Mexico City airport at 6pm local time ... my body says its 2am. Its hot and the passport control queue is v e e r r y long; but excitement and anticipation give a resurgence of power .... and soon we are walking up the grandoise entrance staircase to the Gran Hotel Cuidad de Mexico. Its a step back in time, reminiscent of the Grand Budapest movie in all ...
... The bus ride was a bit rough and not much sleep was had but we arrived in Oaxaca (Wa-haka) at 4:30 am.
A big special thank you to Carmen, Jorge, Daniella, Monica and Regina for picking us up from the airport, giving us a wonderful home to stay at, and to Daniella our own personal tour guide with complimentary rides (sorry for taking you to Vips). Thank you as well to Silvia and Ignacio for connecting us to our ...
... are asking if we want any.
We wander down Colima street and find a cute little cafe. It is a little chilly in the shade today so initially it was coffee time for me, but we see smoothies on the menu. With a little help from an English speaking customer, we order a strawberry (Hinesh) and strawberry and mango (me) smoothies. Our "smoothies" are in fact frappes (frozen juice), so we endure ice cream headaches as we sip on our drinks and end up shivering as we step outside to ...
... re "suppose" to do but this way we were getting to see the real side of Mexico City. We started the morning with chillaquillas, a traditional Mexican breakfast dish we had tried at home in Australia and loved. We were super keen to try the real deal now that we were really here. So Leo took us to a gorgeous little restaurant he knew that sold them and Yummmmm!! It did not disappoint. After a long train ride then a long tram ride we arrived out in an area called Coyoagen. ...