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... just another day.
I emailed Julie to let her know I was OK, and drew a bath. Unlike my previous, virtually identical room, where the stopper wouldn’t go down, in this tub, the stopper wouldn’t come up. Luckily, that wasn’t a problem for a bath. I relaxed in the hot water until my tense muscles loosened and it was time to go to bed. Tomorrow I would be home.
I did not bother to put my valuables in the safe.
... everyone is afraid to go because they think they'll be kidnapped, but they have blinders to the fact that they are missing a plethora of UNESCO sites and one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
For the first time since the "electronic age" I'm traveling without my beloved iphone, ipad, laptop, etc because I fell victim to the fears my friends put in my head. But it will be fun too. Hey I ...
... Trudging uphill, I went past a park with artists already setting up their wares.
A young bloke approached me to do a survey about Mexican politics. I ended up asking him questions instead. They're about to have presidential elections in July. After chatting, he gave me his number, "call me when you're back again", he said.
Next, had a chat with one of the artists. It was still early at around 10:30 AM. He said I have a ...
... The 'moon' pyramid was build in the same shape as the mountain behind it, so that you clearly see the outline of the pyramid against the mountain behind. Fascinating. It's an entire city, with a main road running throughout. Much of the original stone remains, with colour engravings and what appear to be hills are actually more unrestored pyramids covered in vegetation. You can climb up to the top of the pyramids which is hard work but well worth it. A Japanese boy in our ...
... Macchu Pichu, Christ the Redeemer, Panama Canal, Belize Barrier Reef, the harbour of Rio de Janeiro
Hospital stays: 2
Miles travelled (as the crow flies): 24,890
Photos taken: 4000+ (and we look forward to showing you every single one...)
Overnight bus journeys: 7
Days travelling: 217
Money spent: let's not think about it...
Money left: not enough
Jobs needed: 2
Things we'll miss:
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