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... allowed a chunk of mexico to be given away to America for peace and quiet basically. Then we saw some jewellery carving and got a souvenir. We went to the national museum of anthropology and explored on our own after that! It was unbelievable. I loved it. I learnt about the different people of the different times throughout the history of these regions and saw so many cool totems! The artefacts ranged from pottery and bowls to the first ever ...
... get to because the Cathedral was built on top of it. Apparently the cathedral is 60m high and the Templo Mayor was originally 45m high but because of all the sinking the foundations are now buried deep under ground level. After winding our way around the ruins we headed into the Museo del Templo Mayor which had a further 8 rooms of info about the site. There were some interesting ...
As I mentioned before, I am no longer moving around, nevertheless, one of my life projects has become to understand my country better, to see it with renewed eyes, to show what I see to as many people as possible and maybe one day contribute a little bit to our society.
One of the very fun and interesting things that you see in Mexico and, as I learned in South East Asia and India are the informal economies or street markets, or, as we call them: Tianguis. ...
... couple, a couple from New Zealand and a young man from Germany. The rest of the group are from Australia. We continued the briefing in a cabin restaurant. The fact that we were the only people in this very large restaurant speaks volumes. The food wasn't that bad but it wasn't all that crash hot either.
The day had been quite warm but when we left the restaurant it was raining.
... normal; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.66px;">I was glad that I followed the suggested walking route as it got me to see such a wonderful sight such as in the Condesa alleyway the whole side of the Casa de los Azulejos building was covered in these tiles.
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