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... but her and Diego Rivera had interesting life! Went to some craft place and then for random lunch, wrong choices made! Had spinach and corn soup which was fine, then red rice, but quesadilla wrong choice - gross! No cheese to start, blue corn flour tasted horrible! One was chicken which was ok and other was mushrooms - huitlacoche - which is corn fungus - ruined by corn tortilla! Realise I definitely prefer flour ...
... if I wanted to check in my rolling suitcase because it was a full flight and there wasn't much room on the plane. Plus, he pointed out, it was really heavy (it had all my school books in it plus a gift for my Mexican family) so it'd be nice to not have to put it up in the bin and get it back down. Somewhat reluctantly and somewhat happily I agreed. Bad idea, kind of. Upon arrival in Mexico City, that suitcase wasn't there. (Seriously, I could see ...
... Museum. This museum is the result of the work done since the early 1980s to rescue, preserve and research the Templo Mayor, its Sacred Precinct and all objects associated with it. The museum exists to make all of the finds available to the public. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
... Monet, Renoir and even a sculpture by Picasso. Im not art buff but that was some serious stuff! What is even more mind blowing is the whole museum is just a small part of the private collection of the richest person in the world, the Mexican Carlos Slim Helu. We had one more night at our hostel before joining the Contiki tour and the water was out, no hot no cold no nothing. No water the next morning either so we got to meet all our Contiki friends nice and ...
... time to go home. The next day we caught the metro train to a suberb called Xochimilco. This part of town is most famous for its old canals. We wondered down to the water and down at the wharf there were hundreds of brightly coloured boats. We hired a boat for a few hours and sailed down the canals with our guide.. It is known as the Mexican version of Venice and it was a very cultural experience. our guide was working so hard for the entire time paddling using a long stick that he dug ...