Hotel Casa Blanca Mexico City
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... place. Spent hours on chat to vodafone got nowhere, even mum helped me out with three way call via FaceTime, so stressful, kept telling me would be fixed in half hour, 24 hours, different messages. Spent from around 7.45 - 2 trying to sort out. Had a quick 1 hour sleep then showered and went out to get cash,three banks later and success! Walked to angel de la independencia a monument along reforma avenue (modelled on champs élysées) and ...
... she actually didn't know) would know. She proceeded to ask him for me, which is what caught my attention. Turned out, I was on the wrong street so I backtracked and just ended up going home the way I came.
The rain finally came, and it was another torrential downpour. I was wetter than last time--my jeans were completely soaked top to bottom and the back of my shirt was wet. Yikes! I did, however, make my way home through the Zona Rosa ...
Urghhhh barely 2hrs of sleep and up again, pack pack and struggle with the pacsafe as usual! Santiago was as always early and was waiting for me as I came out of the hotel. Super quick drive to the airport (less than an hour!), and then off to Mexico City to meet the Greek crew (mallaca!!!!!!!) :) Mexico City airport was full of sniffer dogs sniffing away my bags and lots of police people. Thankfully didn't get stopped to open my bag. Short taxi ride to the hotel, dropped my ...
... Best part? Getting my ticket [80 entry and 60 camera], the senora asked me 'senior?' so I said 'si', my overall entry dropping to 75 MP. Jim really likes Frida Kahlo and he was very happy I expressed much more interest than an Aussie couple he had taken there on his prior trip to Mexico.
Since it was roughly in the same area, we next went to the Trotsky Museum 50 MP. Trotsky eventually found political asylum in Mexico where he lived ...
... Lots of doubled up traffic and tooting. Hard to know what the road rules are. There were lots of people calling out what they were selling and approaching me to buy from them. The one thing I noticed was the little carts on every corner selling Mexican flags, whistles etc. It was then I saw a sign for Independence Day being September 15th. So I walked along the Main Street. It was very busy. Lots of shops similar to Australia, but what I noticed the most was there ...