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... we join them, haha!!
The conversation ranged from music to politic's and doing most of the talking was Carla! For such a young person she was certainly knowledgeable and had an old head on her shoulders! She can also speak 3 languages, Spanish, English and French and is currently learning German, don't you just hate some people,haha!!!
By now it is late and we have had a long day, so we bid our farewell's and retire to our room, it has been a magical first day in Mexico!
... came out Googlay. :) For all the influence our language has on theirs (people say Bye here all the time instead of Adios), it made me smile that they have their own pronunciation of Google.
On my way out of the park, in an attempt to take a new way back, I stumbled across a bakery where I bought a delicious dinner of a croissant sandwich and a fruit tart for dinner. I also bought a sweet, crispy, chocolate-covered croissant-like pastry for ...
... syrup that comes from the cactus plant.
After we had a lovely buffet lunch and then spent a few hours walking around the pyramids. It was pretty impressive to see the buildings that's have remained since 200 years before Christ. They even had a flush toilet, much to the amusement of the Chinese in our group who channelled their inner Aztec with cameras at the ready (surprise, surprise)!!
For the afternoon our workout consisted of a total of 338 steps (lunges to ...
... and the Aztecs, but also of a massacre in 1968 of many civilians by the Mexican police.
Then we drove for an hour North to the ancient site of Teotihuacan (pronounced Tirty-whack-an) - a city of up to 150,000 people which flourished from 100 BC to 250 AD - this was several centuries before the rise of the Aztecs.