Holiday Inn La Piedad
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... today to go see the Teotihuatican which is one of the biggest Aztec pyramids in Mexico. It was $300 peso, approx $25 US. Our host Constantino could speak English which helped a lot explaining things. Our first stop was a building where 10,000 university students were massacred in 1962, in quest for more freedom. Our next stop was the markets near the pyramids. We were shown the liquid inside the plant where tequila 23rd May, Friday Andrew had been sick all night throwing up and ...
Monday 9 September 2013. Breakfast at 7 was our plan. Met Diane and Tim outside the restaurant but it was shut. 7.10 it opened but nothing was ready. They then let us have a la carte as no buffet. Somehow we managed to order meat and refried beans when we thought we would get fruit, yoghurt and toast. How did that happen? It was different and not unacceptable though a trifle odd for us. Of course by now it was ...
... day that I would have the time of my life on this trip and formed such close bonds and crossed so so so many things off my bucket list, I would not have believed you for a second. I assumed by the end of the trip, I would be ready to go back home. To Michigan (point to GR. Represent). Don't get me wrong, I miss everyone back home, but I know they're all going to be there when I return. I probably will only see one person out of my ...
... Buenos tardes was more apt. Odd that Carlos would ask Dave to take some envelope through for him. The flight is at 2000 which is 2100 DF time.
The flight was uneventful. The other three were in FIrst Class whereas I was in Economy. Dunno if that was an Explore botch or Aeromexico error. Carlos did have an empty seat beside him; no matter. I was at the bulkhead so had to put my bag overhead but at least nobody beside me as felt tired. Sore neck a ...
... let alone hold onto anything for support.
When we finally alighted I commented to Angela that that was exactly the type of situation we need to be wary of due to pick pockets. She quickly checked her bum bag and sure enough, our small Nikon camera had been taken with them smartly closing the zip afterwards. The thief had even managed to snap the belt buckle, but fortunately hadn't ...