NH Mexico City
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... a typical Def Leppard load out. It was slow, smooth, and well thought out. There was no rush to get out of KISS's way, nor anyone in our way on the dock. We had plenty of time to do it safely and correctly. What is nice, is that we were still done way earlier than we had been with KISS. Going from a co headlining tour to single headliner was a dramatic difference. One show to go, than I am closing this chapter of my life. God it was a fun one though.
... manage to catch that he is a local vendor and has plenty of these snacks so he is willing to share them. In return we give him our last couple of crackets (Mexican version of Ritz crackers). At half time, we get some more water and chips (or crisps for you British folk out there). I get the plain ones and Hinesh of course, chooses the chilli ones. We get back to the zocalo and settle in for the second half. Mexico scores a goal in the second half to take the lead and to eventually take ...
... even got to hold snakes, I told him he was crazy but it's not the first time and I'm sure ifs won't be the last. We also got to see an axolotol (a Mexican walking fish). Along the banks of the canals there were pretty little nurseries selling all sorts of wildlife. We strolled through the greenery & Fabiola told us all about the plants and agriculture as this is the field she is doing her PHD in. The waterway was filled with other boats selling food and drinks, ...
... but after the first mouthful I had to swap it for his artichoke soup! After eating, we went to a suburb called Coyoacan, which is one of the small towns which Mexico City has gradually swallowed up. There are lots of street food stalls lining the main pedestrian street, serving tacos, and the like and similarly to Peru and Argentina, they have filled churros, "cajeta" being the manjar/dulce de leche of Mexico. We went to a Mezcal bar. Mezcal is a type of tequila made from a ...
... 25 million people with an elevation over 7,000 feet above sea level. Most of the building and homes glisten bright, colorful hues. There is much artistry with carvings, wrought iron and flowering plants. Once we escape the city streets and are driving on the main highway, however, there are endless shanty towns. These unpainted cinder block shanties built high on the hills on the outskirts go on for miles. It is just mind ...