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... the tent city but also the usual market stalls and food vendors you see throughout Mexico City. We visited the Metropolitan Cathedral which is built on the site of Templo Mayor (an Aztec Temple destroyed by the Spanish in 1521) and the excavated ruins of the Templo Mayor. This was after lunch at the fantastic Cafe de Tacuba where I ate my first Tamale and Josh tried Mole - all very delicious and the Cafe was really beautiful too.
... circumstances make it difficult for the sisters to get around, and since everybody else lives closer to the Kingdom Hall, we have become the "Lomas Verdes" group (that's the name of the area). When I can, I pick them up for service or other events, and when they can, they support me for extra service hours, its great! The elders have even set up a service group in our area on Thursdays, so these barely worked, middle high class territories are getting done. It ...
Today, by chance we were able to meet up with Mojdeh, the lady who has been organising all our daily tours. Up until today, I had been only contacting her by emailing so it was good to meet her in person. She is a unique, gentle, free spirited lady with blue hair who started up her company "Journey Beyond the Surface" to provide specialist tour services to foreigners. This morning she was having breakfast at the ...
... but it actually had lane markings and cat's eyes which the drivers stuck to.
Leaving the airport we saw lots of the traditional street stalls selling food/questionable meats, and some little shops. Then we drove a little further and saw all the skyscrapers which made for a pretty impressive skyline... almost felt like driving into downtown Chicago.
Then we saw a group of girls, and I said "oh look, they do wear short shorts" ...
The new year has started off with more of a fluff than a bang; no new year resolutions, no planning the year ahead (holidays, work rostas), no snowman building or snow ball fights... Ah, but wait a second I've just remembered we'reoff to Cuba, in fact we're on our way there now.
This is one of two places that I particularly wanted to visit in the Americas. We've just had a pretty sleepless night in a night bus travelling to Mexico City from Oaxaca (9hrs ...
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