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... divers foods and blaring out music. The 'countries' were competing fiercely for the attention of a throng of visitors. A human river was walking past the front of the stalls, making it impossible to move freely. It was a very impressively organised project. From the Zócalo, we walked towards the Palacio Bellas Artes, next to which is the Latin American Tower, which we were planning on going up. However, when we got there, we found that the area was teeming ...
... just get pushed on and off, it was a very interesting journey to say the least!!! We visited the Anthropology museum in Chapultepec park, I may have got told off for touching the sun stone and Hilary and Amy may have set an alarm or two off!!! Ended the trip in the park with some candy floss, described by Hilary as 'fit'!!! Next stop San Cristobal on a night ...
... pork ribs with cactus baked in avocado and banana leaves - WOW! It was all seriously good! Washed down with some Mescal martini's and Mexican wine - it was a day to remember!
Next stop - Tulum! A 3 hour plane journey to Cancun - Mexico's Caribbean coast. Tulum is on the southern tip of Riviera Maya and has been voted Mexico's most stylish beach destination. We spent 5 nights here and the beaches were incredible - turquoise water and white sand - ...
... it would be better waiting it out on a beach rather than the city! After breakfast Kathy decided to try calling the office of United Airlines at the airport to try and talk to 'a person'. After a few failed attempts a little Mexican dude comes up beside her in the reception and says "McDermott bag"! (We forgot to mention earlier that Jen & Kathy's bag tags had been mixed up at check-in so it was Kathy's details on the bag). He was like a little Mexican angel....the bag ...
... Sun Pyramid, we found a group performing some type of religious ceremony. By the time we left, it was crowd! We are so lucky we came early and got to do so much.
The Toltecs used the "maguey" (blue agave) cactus for many purposes. This is actually really cool! A 10 year mature cactus will produce 4 liters of honey water.. We all tasted it and it was delicious and full of vitamins and minerals. The Toltec would take the ...