Hotel Imperial Reforma
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... stone. Friezes on banquettes showed soldiers marching in procession. Apparently there is lots of evidence of self-sacrifice here; people would have given their own blood to the gods. Nearby, is a building focussed on death, featuring rows of stone skulls on its exterior. Inside the museum's modern buildings, we walked amongst tens of thousands of artefacts celebrating the Templo Mayor, the epicentre of a mighty city in the middle of a lake. Many offerings were found on the ...
... and have pieced together the night from the messages written to each other on our iphones, and the fact that Daisy did a blood test at 05.56am.
Hilarious highlight #2: Who the hell builds a stadium in a sunny country without a frickin' roof?!?
The following morning we were really looking forward to seeing a football match. Charlotte woke Daisy up. Daisy looked, felt, smelt and sounded like a rotting corpse. Feeling at home, she walked into the kitchen ...
... great dresses from the states. Went to Bolivia and was abused by little green men and "pulgas". Went back to Machu Pichu with Martha, and I am so tired now that I may sleep for a week. Looking forward to being able to eat and drink whatever I want, and to real showers with consistent hot and cold water. It's the simple things in life that make life what ...
It's hard to believe that in 12 hours I'll be in an airport ready to board a place back to America! The last week of classes was a huge challenge, but definitely worth it. My spanish has improved leaps and bounds since I stepped foot in México 6 weeks ago. Last time I wrote was the weekend before the 2nd to last week of classes. That week started with a performance of our corrido and ended with a trip to Puebla, which was absolutely gorgeous! The last week was ...
... out to buy a hat while Paul and I toured the Temple. One tours the temples by walking on a boardwalk above the excavated site. The excavations reveal the many levels of the temple, as it had to be rebuilt multiple times since it continually sunk from weight into the soft soil of the lake. The Mexica would build up a wall outside the currently existing on and fill the space in between, creating a larger and larger pyramid each time. In addition to the major temple, there were ...