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... where balconies are so close together than residents could lean over the passageway to exchange a kiss, we climbed up to the viewing point high above the historic centre. In the hot sunshine, we enjoyed a spectacular view of the city. The church roofs were particularly impressive. From above, the town is ridiculously colourful and riotously higgledy piggledy. It is unique. Near at hand, we watched a sparrow-sized, bright red bird with black wings and tail ...
... the Oratorio de San Filipe, and the University of Guanajuato to name a few. Although it was difficult to keep track of exactly what we were seeing and what the history of it was, the overall picture that I got was that this is an incredibly old, beautiful city that I was tromping through. Each iglesia was more impressive than the last and all containing towering, intricate statues, ancient paintings, and history longer than I can properly grasp. We ...
... rat I decided to just rela in the evening and do some more planning etc. I don't know why, but often the first day or two into a trip like this I feel a little flat.. I'm looking forward to seeing lots of interesting things and of course friends in Belize but sometimes it would be good to not have to do it all by myself... Anyway a good night's sleep should sort me out, I'm still not feeling 100% as had a little bug from the ...
... the hill top as a reminder of the common man's success which led to the independence of Guanajuato.
We got back in the van to rive into the city central. Along the way Jose and Stacy asked about the old cemetery that had uniquely preserved most of the interred as mummies. Dahli told us about the story and we drove to the ...
We flew into Mexico City and when we landed, realised Mel Gibson was on our flight! We walked through customs right next to him!
Mexico City, the capital of Mexico is MASSIVE, a population of 2 million, in the city centre it was even busier than the cities we have visited in China! People were just everywhere at all hours of the day.
This is definitely the most random place we ...