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I made it safely to Mexico City after a very long journey, approximately 22 hours door to door. Met up with my GAP tour group on Saturday, there are ten of us on this part of the tour, although 6 of those are only travelling as far as Cancun. My group is made up of people from Australia, USA, Denmark and the UK.
... highlight was when we went to Xochmilco, we got a long metro ride there and Mum told me that we were going to get on a boat and be rowed down the canal, so I pictured something like what they do in Venice. A kind man led us to where the boats were, we got on the boat and a man with a thick wooden stick rowed us down the canal. We were all thinking that it might be quite peaceful riding down the canal but a group of Mariachi's came right up close to us in their boat and played a song for ...
... I had a tamal which is basically corn masa
that´s mixed with corn lard and inside was filled with pork. Next we
went to a place that made tortillas and I tried a couple that came out
fresh. The next food stand I tried a tlacoyo which is a grilled
hier ein erstes Lebenszeichen von uns.
Wir sind gut in Mexiko City gelandet auch wenn unser Pilot zwei Versuche brauchte.
Ansonsten sind wir mehr als im Soll.. kein Durchfall, kein Ueberfall.. was will man mehr
Es waere schoen gewesen wenn wir nicht direkt am ersten Tag einen Sonnenbrand bekommen haetten, aber man hat als ...
... to leave the city and find me something else. There is no welfare here, so if you are unable to work tough. So I packed my backpack and bravely caught the train to the bus station. once of the train I realised to my horror my zipper on my backpack was open which is where kept my money, passport and credit cards. My heart sunk through the floor, how could I been so stupid, but more to the point how did anyone get it open when it was attached ...