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... I wrote about the locals in the streets having siestas, today bobbie informed me that they are just homeless people and thats where they sleep, I thought it being midday that it was just locals taking a nap (silly me). However we did laugh today when we saw a police car drive past and the policeman riding in the passenger seat who was obviously on duty was dead asleep, we also see lots of locals on busses ride past asleep in their seats so its not just the homeless who are ...
Terrain: High, rugged mountains; low coastal plains; high plateaus; desert
Lowest Point: Laguna Slada -10m
Highest Point: Volcan Pico de Orizaba 5,700m
Adult Literacy Rate: 86.1%
Unemployment Rate: 4.5%
National Anthem: Himmo Nacional Mexicano
National Symbols: Golden Eagle
National Animal: Xoloitzcuintli (Mexican Hairless Dog)
National Flower: Dahlia
Famous For: Tacos & Sombreros
... as well. Stayed @ the Downtown Bed HI hostel which has breakfast with very nice beds. The hostel has opened up six months ago. The only bad thing is it is so dark in there! For 200M. Very close to the Zocalo and other things. El Popular has the best priced local food and their coffee con leche is the ...
... all of the museums and attractions are free on a Sunday. The Anthropology Museum was set in the main park of the City and was in a beautiful setting in the woodlands. We'd seen enough ruins to last us a life time so we blitzed through the museum to all the best bits but you definitely could of spent days wandering around it.
Next stop was the zoo; the zoo in Mexico is free all of the time. It was a pretty good zoo ...
... 8211; Those moments of pure magic listening to the live music everywhere. Havana stuck in the fifties … the old cars, the derelict buildings and the beauty of Havana Vieja. What a city of contrasts. The clean well maintained old historical part of Havana is really fun and pleasurable to walk around. You then literally turn the corner and the place is suddenly a dump. Nobody seems to fix anything that breaks or has any pride in how the neighbourhood looks. A shame ...