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... her name was Fiona and she reminded me so much of bree! We then went for lunch. It was an amazing buffet. Bit expensive though! Then on the way back to the city, we stopped at a catholic shrine (of coarse about a virgin) with two basilicas. It was called Guadalupe. It was pretty cool, something different for our trip so far, we haven't really been to churches. We finally got back at 6pm. Got a yoghurt and an all bran bar. Then we went to the ...
... of the courtyard, water pours off the edges of a wide square of roof, supported by single carved pole. We spent several hours admiring the wonderful prehispanic displays. The craftsmanship was remarkable: a reminder of the complexity and sophistication of cultures that we think of as 'ancient'. The artefacts in obsidian, such as arrowheads and jewellery, caught our eye. At the other end of the scale of magnitude, the museum houses some gigantic pieces. Several statues ...
... with. Being used to german "autobahn", the mexican traffic was surely one of my first cultural shocks. The hostel I stayed the first night, was admittedly not looking like on the pictures and the neighborhood was very poor. So I thought: "Just get in, sleep, drink water, pay and leave". The positive aspect of this stay was a very big, lets call it "balcony" without any rail. I just sat there for a few hours, watching the endless roofs of the ...
Today was another busy day out in the sun and heat--nothing like what you folks back home have been facing, but still hot enough to make things a bit uncomfortable when you're walking on the pavement in one of the largest central plazas in the world under a blazing hot Mexican sun!
However, it wasn't an early day. None of my days have been, which is wonderful because I'm still working on replenishing a ...
... Aztec Emperor. Cortes destroyed it in 1521 and rebuilt it as a fortress with interior courtyards. Inside are murals by Diego Rivera (partner of Frida Kahlo (eyebrows lady)) that depict Mexican civilisation from the arrival of the Aztecs to the Post Revolutionary period. This is yet another beautiful building with interior courtyards and large balconies. Security is taken seriously with walk through metal detectors and ...