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... lacking potable water to Mexico's main port and entry and exit point for trade with Europe and the Caribbean. Veracruz has seen its share of hardship, having been invaded many times. My favorite thing at the museum was a panorama of a pirate attack on the city by a pirate named Lorencillo. I'll post one of the photos. Hilarious.
After the museum, my brain needed a break after reading so much information en espanol. My brain ...
... knowledge of how to navigate the border crossing from Mexico to Gautemala, this included a complete English translation of the Spanish instructions that his friend sent through.
We managed to explore a fair bit of Mexico City with Alfonso's help, despite the rain (he gave us an umbrella!), mild altitude sickness (Mexico City is 2,421 m just over the lower limit) and Teacher strikes that started around the time that we arrived in ...
... deeper water to snorkel……so much for sunbathing on sandy beaches! But we had some fun and the breeze aboard the boat was so refreshing after the humidity in Veracruz.
Later we whiled away the rest of the afternoon in an airy beachside bar drinking margaritas or piņa coladas and swimming in the sea. That evening we headed for a fish restaurant that the others ...
... leaving present, even in Australia, my brother is still the best brother in the World!
The plane journey didn't get off to a great start, a bit of an anticlimax, we were stuck at Heathrow Terminal 5 for 2 hours, as they spotted a faulty tyre just as we were boarding.... brilliant. This took 2 hours to sort out before we finally took off, making our total time on the plane 13 hours... oeuufff. This isn't too bad though as we ...
... and the country. It is surrounded by several government buildings, such as the Palacio Nacional and the Catedral Metropolitana. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catedral_M etropolitana_de_la_Ciudad_de_M%C3%A9xic o (THIS IS FOR YOU ANN) We had a quick look inside the Cathedral, (which is said to be the biggest cathedral in Latin America). It has four facades which contain portals flanked with columns and statues. The two bell towers contain a total of 25 bells. There are ...