Villas Arqueologicas Teotihuacan
Travel Blogs from San Juan Teotihuacan
Teotihuacan, its like we are staying in a museum. Up in a hot air balloon at 6am in the morning. omg
... largest cities in the world at this point.
Day 366: Friday 18th January 2013
So here it is, a year a last, the day I should have been arriving home, refreshed and ready for real life. Instead I find myself a few days into a new continent in a country I never planned to go to, honestly I couldn't be happier. I had a real treat for my one year "travel-versary", ...
There is no way to describe the feeling I felt in this place with word - the awe one experiences here is a uniquely personal and deeply felt event that is so profound words fall short. The energy throughout the village, near the temples and the precise way in which they were placed and built is something you simply must experience for yourself. In this moment I felt truly blessed to be in this ...
... alas, shared with the downtown core of MC]. We left the area at 1114.
Carlos said the average driver is not tested for a driver's licence. You need three things: a horn, brakes and luck! He also said Mexico is #2 in corruption in the world. It is not #1 as it bought off the leading country! En route to the Universitad, he pointed out the world's first round pyramid, found in the course of freeway construction.
UNAM has capacity for 300,000 students. Our stop was ...
... myself to the gym for a fantastic workout and to explore the neighborhood of Condessa and the Zocalo's stunning Palacio Nacional Museum. I joined Robyn for a networking get together that night at a French restaurant for Mexican expats.
Week 1? Not bad, not bad at all. ;)
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