Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel
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... later and its sunrise in LA. No Harvey Levin, No TMZ paparazi, not even a bloody Kardashian At LAX , highly dissapointed. So off to the AeroMexico terminal for my next leg. TSA were understanding as they took my full body X-ray virginity. Didn't hurt a bit. Flight to MEX was fine, woke halfway through to find drool on my shirt, standard. Mexico city, I'm in. First impressions remind me of my old mate Jakarta. Police ...
... fairly regular even on a Sunday. Hinesh was trying to find the signs that would tell him when the next train was coming. You can take the boy out of London but you can't take the London out of the boy.
As we step out of the Zocalo station there are lots of people out and about. There are markets close to the Cathedral Metropolitana so there is a flurry of activity there. We ask a couple of people for directions and it slowly starts to rain (we will not get away from it I ...
... in the "hipster" area and saw a nativity flashmob and then had a beer at a place that sells national and international beers including brewdog beer?! In the evening, we went to one of Manuel's friend's houses and I learnt, out of necessity!, a lot of Mexican slang...! Aunty Alison - Did you have a nice Christmas? It was nice to see you on Christmas day, if very briefly! I hope you managed to get some more (better!) Christmas jokes from the crackers this year! Alisha's ...
... downtown Mexico City.
The open building was designed by Carlos Obregón Santacilia in an eclectic Art Deco and Mexican socialist realism style, over the existing ...
... wedding, which (just so that you understand how complicated it all was) included a legalised, apostilled, officially translated copy of my birth certificate, copies & originals of all parents & witnesses' IDs and visas, a proof of address for Queretaro (where we didn't live) & medical tests & certificates to prove neither of us had AIDS or any other nasty diseases which could be dated no more than 2 weeks prior ...