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... around 100 BC. Their city is often referred to as "the pyramids" in Mexico City. I wasn't sure what to expect, but it was visually quite impressive. In front of the pyramid the Avenue of the Dead led all the way down to the Pyramid of the Sun (216 feet), the third largest pyramid in the world. At the end of the avenue stood the Pyramid of the Moon. Smaller pyramids lined the avenue. The width of the steps varied and the climb was very steep. We ...
Once again, with a combination of weariness and excitement, I begin another visa run. Yes my wonderful Honduran adventure comes with strings attached. The lovely government makes it impossibly hard to stay in the country and even if the embassy in Mexico says that I should be entitled to a 3 month extension on my 90 day visa, the immigration offices in Honduras enforce different rules. Every 90 days GET OUT! So, I am in Mexico again. Why this trip seemed like ...
I got up early having not slept and went to breakfast. A nice girl I'd spoke to the night before advised me to take the tour to teotihaucan as she had been the day before. I wasn't feeling particularly decisive so appreciated the push towards an idea. So I quickly went down to reception and booked onto the tour that would leave at 9am. There wasn't anyone going from my hostel but I was lucky to meet ...
... c 1915 along with Paul and Suzie [only Temple of the Sun failure], along with Chris who was joining them. The departure time has been moved back to 0800 tomorrow.
Back up for some NFL talks and then turned to this. Jim conked out at 2030. Chose the day's pix and the internet conveniently went down. Turned the computer off and switched to the hotel's 5th floor wifi and it is good to go again. Did the uploading and called it a day myself by 2130.
... finished my visit there with one last tasty taco. The temperature was significantly lower in Mexico City, than it had been at the beach, but I couldn't resist sitting on a park bench and eating a delicious ice-cream, in the warm afternoon sun. I then headed back into the centre of town, checked out and had my final walk around the city. Just a block from the main square I wandered around, taking in the Latin American squares and churches, giggling at more ...