Holiday Inn Mexico City - Plaza Universidad
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Day 269 Today was an unusual day. We spent something like seven hours on the phone, FaceTime and Skype breaking the news about the baby. Sending ultrasound images, we were usually wearing headphones and alternating between devices as they ran out of battery. There were some priceless reactions, from amazing facial expressions to one friend who ran into his utility room with a bottle of champagne, ...
We couldn't travel through Mexico and not make a stop at its capital, Mexico city! Said to have a population near that of all of Canada, the bustling city is, as expected, overpopulated, loud, and polluted. But it also has one of one of the country's oldest and grandest cathedrals, trendy neighborhoods, beautiful parks, and among the world's best cuisine. We toured the historic district ...
I had the most amazing birth experience in Mexico City. The Embassy would have paid for me to fly and live in the U.S. for 12 weeks for the birth of Paloma, but I chose not to medevac and instead give birth right here in Mexico City. It wasn't easy finding the right doctor or hospital because so many hospitals in Mexico ...
... 4pm and we get back to the zocalo in about 30 mins. While on the train Hinesh debates with me that he looks more Mexican than I do, he is quite convinced that he doesn't stand out here. Hinesh is taller than most of the crowd, he is thinner and his skin is browner but he is convinced that he blends. To prove my point, we are walking home and Hinesh to stopped not once but twice by students needing to interview foreigners. It was him they stopped and not me. Point proven, score 1 ...
... d top it off with fruit. Nick had a fancy mango sliced up on a stick and said yes to what they coat it in...yes it was chilli. We went to the castle on grasshopper hill, amazing, then walked to museum and saw Mayan ruins, Aztec, etc etc it was huge. Their building again huge and architectural. Our feet are tired and our eyes ...