Jardin Del Sol Tepoztlan
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... day, just to do the pyramid climb.
By the way, it takes about 1 - 1 1/2 hours to get to the summit, but apparently one's efforts are rewarded by the wonderful views on the walk and the sense of peace when one reaches the pyramid. The pyramid was built sometime between 1150 and 1350 A.D. in honour of Ometochli Tepuztecatl, the god of pulque (similiar to tequila), fertility and good harvests.
We walked around the clean and well-organized open air market ...
... was no sign of them leaving. All the while a few million children in the poorest regions of Mexico were without classes to go to. I was not impressed that they were ruining my picture opportunities ;)
Mexico City has to be one of my favourite to date. I loved the buzz and atmosphere. It has everything you can think of shopping (YES I did shop and shop and shop awwwwwww) bars restaurants, street food, parks, museums - everything and not even a hint of dodge as you ...
... I should have brushed up on my Spanish before I left!
We arrived at the hostel with no mishaps and up the stairs to our room. The first thing we hear upon ascending the steps is "Irish yeah?". Naturally the first people we meet in Mexico City would be two lads from Tipp and Westmeath sunburned from head to toe. After a few minutes banter it was straight to bed as we had been up for around 24 hours at this stage. Woke up to the sound of a ...
... museum were the Sun stone (often mistaken for the Aztec calander) and the recreation of the Mayan tombs. Unfortuantly my visit was cut short since I was begin to feel quite unwell to the point where I was just sitting down and not enjoying the museum. So I raced through the rest of it and left Rachelle to her own devices and headed to the hostel. Getting to the subway was a bit of an effort however after walking on a highway, going past a concert, into ...
... more fully. (Click the link at the end of Day #2).