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Travel Blogs from Mexico City
Patience is the state of endurance under difficult circumstances, which can mean persevering in the face of delay or provocation without acting on annoyance/anger in a negative way; or exhibiting forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with longer-term difficulties. Patience is the level of endurance one can take before negativity.
It is a fact that the people we have to exercise the ...
... in the Polanco area of the city.
It was a nice apartment and he had very kindly invited us to stay there for our whole time in the city, which was fantastic news for a pair of cash strapped backpackers. We had a bit of time to settle in and freshen up before going out to a Mexican restaurant called Villa Maria in the evening. There we enjoyed a variety of traditional Mexican delicacies and some strong drinks. Jemma had the largest cocktail we had ever seen - ...
... and working hard to become a sharp available tool for His purposes.
All this brings me to the end of the beginning, and the beginning of....not sure what.
I arrived to Mexico after a very nice flight, happy to be received by my parents and cousins into a climate where I needed no jacket and my nose burned from pollution. Lovely.
Even though I have displayed and amazing amount of self control regarding my ...
... metro meant getting around was easy and the diversity of neighbourhoods meant that even a walk of 1 or 2 km in any direction would take you through a number of different ambiences. I had fully expected to hate the place, and while I wouldn’t pretend to have any desire to move there permanently, a quick visit was an eye opening and worthwhile experience. One of those places that genuinely feels unique.
A brief stepping stone before reaching paradise the of sun, sea and baby cuddling that awaits!
After a brief taxi journey in which the driver kept trying to take me salsa dancing we arrived at Hostel Regina, just off the zocalo, apparently the biggest town square in the world, which is currently full of the biggest tackiest Christmas decorations I have ever seen, including Pepsi Cola ...
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