Pedregal Palace Hotel
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... no local sticks too) and a few speed humps - 'topos' - every time we came into a small hamlet or roadhouse. We remember these bloody irritating things from our last time in Mexico ... some are marked very well, others are not marked at all, so you need to be really awake all the time for the bloody things.
21km south of the border we pulled in to get our Car Permit. As soon as they plugged my name into their computer it came up with the fact that I ...
... t really decide on a place, and when we did, we had been walking for 20 minutes and the place we found was full. We went to another place and had some lunch and beers. It was great to see Carlos again, and we took advantage to ask a local some tips and tricks! After Carlos left (he was with us during his lunch hour) we went to the Zocalo, and it started pouring (who knew it rains everyday at 5pm in Mexico City?!), so we ...
... raspberries and fruit coulis and sauce - yum! So tired didn't get back til gone 12 and still hadn't sorted where leaving to next day! Was going to go to Puebla but decided to skip and go straight to Oaxaca. Booked Casa Angel hostel. Didn't go to bed til gone 2.40! Note - Fireworks go off day and night all over mexico - celebrations - connected with saints days, celebrated names of people with same saints name, religious ceremonies, like loud ...
... Emperor of Mexico. Just across the road in the main square was a military expo so we crashed in and Zoe got a photo with the Mexican army and nearly ended up being enlisted! Exhausted we headed back after 8hrs of walking and sightseeing for a nice dinner and to pack as we head to Oaxaca tomorrow. Mexico City has been ace and I would highly recommend it for it antiquity (ancient civilizations 2000 Bc – Present including Aztecs, Mayans & numerous others), it’s food and ...
... Sid is recently back from trekking in Nepal. Six are going to Teotihuacan as a private tour; Chris is staying in the city and Jim and I are heading for Coyoacan tomorrow, using the subway.
Off for dinner: tacos and Negra Modelo; very good 80 MP. Cathy noted she mapped a G trip in southern Africa and then duplicated it for a much cheaper price! Off again to the Zocalo and then back to the room before 2200. TIred but some emails, diary and uploading before conking.