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Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... rulers enlarged the pyramids by overlaying the previous build, until it finally stood approx 60m high before the Spanish arrived. A fairly blood thirsty lot who expanded their territory by extracting tributes from surrounding tribes in exchange that no human sacrifices or other retributions would occur. Bit a of protection racket really which meant that when the Spanish arrived they were not short of villages looking to become their allies ...
... That takes me to the third Aha!- Bible principles are not laws, so I can not judge someone else's situation or problem and tell them what they should do. Now I am exited to share God's word with people and see how it talks to them directly and reaches into their heart motivating them to make changes and make decisions. God's Word is Alive and Exerts Power...Aha!
Thank you for reading my ramblings :-p
... looking cops carrying around huge guns, cops in riot getup everywhere, just so many cops.
Booked us in for Lucha Libre tour tonight. We should really be a bit more adventurous and find it/go ourselves etc. but it's soo hard! It took like half an hour today for us to buy 2 watches (we didn't bring any) and couldn't barter a cent off the price. So that's in a couple of hours, BBQ, tequila and fighting - should be a good night.
Anyway, that's enough for now!
... the norm and a comfortable part of daily life in just a matter of hours/days, and when we stepped outside in the bright sunshine we had out preconceptions of Mexico City promptly shattered.
(Actually, not every preconception… About two hours after going to bed the night before, we were awoken with our bed shaking back and forth and an ominous booming sound - first earthquake of the trip!)
Aaaah, Mexico ...
... all carry scary sized guns , but we haven’t felt like it’s a violent place , all the Mexicans we had contact with seem very friendly- not much English spoken here, getting by can be frustrating at times but that’s our fault – makes for interesting meal times , never know whats arriving but I have to find out the word for cactus because I definitely don’t want to eat it again.
The week went so quickly – think we are going to like ...