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... bought a hat (because the sun was baking me), and walked out on a very windy pier.
That was about it for my first day. I decided to write before it got too late since I think I'll be very sleepy very early this evening. I'm now going to head out in search of a seafood dinner and will check-out the ballet folclorico in the zocalo on my way. Time to see a little more of Veracruz's beauty...
Muy buenas noches a todos! (Have a great evening!)
... is thought that they became so populated that they ran out of food for all the people and they turned on each other, leading to the end of their civilisation. This is interesting because it is probably going to be this very same issue that our global community will face in the future. The larger of the two pyramids is one of the largest in the world which you are able to climb and the view is spectacular.
... here!!! That didn’t seem to slow us down but later we hit some kind of traffic jam that snaked all the way up a mountain and delayed us by about 2 ½ hours…….we eventually got home around midnight. Needless to say I didn’t make it to my 8.30am spinning class on Monday morning! But it was such a lovely relaxed weekend it was worth it. I am feeling better this week ...
... photos at end of Day#3)
Walking through town, the Xochimilco Open-air Mercado attracts us with its mountains of local fruit, vegetables, flowers, fresh poultry and meats, spices and herbs, and anything you don't need...for a bargain! (Click on the link for photos Day #3)
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... different to South America. The people make it different I suppose. The countries I visited are relatively small in size, if you had to exclude Mexico. They are beautiful countries though, each with a rich and varied history. The Mayan civilisation was a very developed civilisation and they left a wealth of beautiful monuments to prove that. The Aztecs too feature strongly in Mexico, however the Spanish conquistadores demolished most of what the Aztecs built in the name ...