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... br> The
Day of the Dead
Where many remember
their relatives that are now gone
they are as quiet as an abandoned town
as they honor those that have gone on with their lives
... for warriors; and detailed the precise nesting architecture of the Aztec pyramid construction, which you can read about in the link above. It was remarkable to walk amongst these ruins, to see paint on the walls, and to watch current archaeologists carefully continuing the work from 40 years or more ago. Admission to the Templo Mayor museum was included in the price, but since we had been to the ...
... which is another good reason to take the Metro. Cars do not move.
The primary thing that I wanted to see in Mexico City was Teotihuacan. Tours can be expensive to this site, but I got a Metro ticket from the center square to the North bus terminal, which operates a bus leaving every hour and costs less than $10. It is a lot cheaper than a tour. The bus takes about an hour and the site is 30 KM north of Mexico City. The ...
... dress themed so although it had been several years since I dressed like a nob, thought I would make the effort, despite only having access to the small amount of clothes within my backpack. Found a fabric store and thought the cheapest and easiest thing to rummage together would be Bananaman.
Got back to the house, where the night didn’t exactly get off to the best start… Got locked in the upstairs bathroom for about half an hour, before anyone realised. ...
... temperament and way of life. I am predicting a lengthy stay, especially if I can earn a decent income with work that I enjoy possibly on the Mexican Caribbean coast.
I am now sitting at a restaurant at the bus station in San Luis Potosi, having taken the overnight bus from Mexico City to come and get my work visa from the immigration authorities. I'm just waiting for the offices to open.