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... amazing historical sight, whose significance next year will take on I guess tremendous importance when the 'Long phase' of the so called Mayan calendar expires in December 2012.
Personally the hype of this date is exaggerated and all the documentaires and movies that are out are making good money from this, I wonder how many will come here closer to that time?
Onwards now to Puebla our next stop for this adventure.
... girls had to make a huge chain and run around and under Steph's jacket she had, and then the guys did the same and I have no idea what the significance was nor did the 7 people I asked they just said that's what gets done at weddings.
The cake was super super cold and dry from sitting out in the cold cold room but it was tasty. I think my lips were blue when I wiped off the gloss before bed so needless ...
... Pyramid of the moon stands flanked by two smaller pyramids. Unfortunately you’re not allowed to climb all the way to the top of this pyramid and the section you can climb is only approximately 50 steps - this section however does give really good views.
Itzel climbed down the pyramid before me, wanting to take photos of me on the top section, and I swiftly followed almost killing myself in the process. I’m hoping in the photos you can see ...
... uma estátua chamada deusa da Agricultura, que os arqueólogos acreditam ser da época Tolteca primitiva.
Esta pirâmide situa-se bastante perto da pirâmide do Sol, fechando o lado norte do recinto da cidade.
Desde a sua esplanada inicia-se o percurso pelo eixo principal, a Calçada dos Mortos.
Calcada dos Mortos
Conhecida também como a "Rua dos Mortos", foi o verdadeiro eixo central da cidade, bem como o seu centro cerimonial. ...
I had a look at some of the organised tours to visit the pyramids north of Mexico City but always seeking a bit of adventure I decided to get there myself like a proper Mexican. So off I went to the subway to work out how to get there. The metro in Mexico City only costs 3 pesos (around 15p) to get anywhere in the city and is the best value item I found in the city during ...