Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Mexico Medica Sur
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... across the surface of the lake. It felt a lot like being in Hyde park. At a covered amphitheatre, we paused to watch a live band churning out jazz, blues and conga numbers. The musicians were pretty much all related and were all excellent. Moving on, we climbed up the hill to Chapultepec Castle. On Sundays, entrance is free to local residents and Mexican nationals, but not to us. We decided to return another day when there ...
... National Antropology museum with exhibitions of the different cultures of the prehispanic times. One needs 2 days to explore all the exhibits.
The next morning we took a bus 60km to Theotihuacan (these names are very foreign to our tongues!) where we had to climb (of course) the pyramid of the Moon and the pyramid of the Sun and walk the Avenue of the Dead. Those steps are very high and steep and the next day our thighs certainly let us know all about ...
... day we were lucky enough to do a cooking course with Alejandro Ruiz - a famous chef from Oaxaca. Commonly referred to as the 'Jamie Oliver' of Mexico. We went to the local markets with him and bought all the food and then came back to the restaurant and cooked with him. First up we made Chorizo Quesadillas and Guacamole followed up with ceviche with grouper, avocado and pineapple and then a spicy Tortilla soup - it was fiery hot! For main we did ...
... it just to realize actually the extent to how big this site was. It probably takes 5 minutes to climb to the top and it is quite intense. It can be tiring, but the view is worth it at the top. It is a shame that these pyramids are not marketed like the ones in Egypt. So many people in America probably have never even heard of these and they are a really incredible site.
I sure hope to come back to Mexico in the near future.
... speak with their hands.
I have not been so diligent in learning Spanish, being fairly content to just be able to make my way around with some of the basics. I am still lost when trying to follow someone's conversation, but if they speak to me and I ask them to speak slowly, " ablame despacio, por favor", then I can have a rudimentary conversation. I am however becoming more and more enamored by the ...