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... to get from Xela to Tapachula, Mexico.
We'll definitely remember our time in Belize fondly. We didn't know a whole lot about the country before we got there and now we can totally understand why tourism is up significantly this year and why lots of North Americans are flocking to live in Belize. Our ...
... wrestlers, building up to the main event, a three on three extravaganza. Sitting in a crowd dominated by Mexican, they were chanting, shouting and screaming - screaming profanities we later found out. So when in Rome… we started screaming the same profanities as tought to us by the locals, receiving lots of smiles and laughter. The main stars of the night were Dragon Rojo (mask purchased), Guerrero Maya, Puma, Mascara Dorada, Polvora and Mistico ...
... stupor. Finally made it to Mexico City, managed to tell the taxi driver where our hostel was and about 20 minutes later at about 8pm local time we were finally here. We dropped our bags and went straight into the streets and hit up some 10 peso tacos from a street vendor, take that stomachs!! The next day we just cruised around, we were in a really nice neighbourhood and felt really safe. Our spanish was not very good but its definitely gotten better ...
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The mural Carnaval de la vida Mexicana was originally created to decorate a hotel but it was never displayed and was left in storage unitl it was finally displayed in the Palacio de Bellas Artes. The mural consists of 4 panels depicting very ...
... suggested that Teotihuacan was a multiethnic state.
Their influence was wide, and evidence can be seen in Veracruz and the Maya region.
What I found personally interesting was the fact that the architectural style are found in a number of Maya sites including Tikal (I visited in 2006), Kaminaljuyu, Copan, Becan and Oxkintok.