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... figures deposited in the mud between temple layers and the skeletons of animals. This site is a fascinating place. It is important in terms of telling the story of the birth of Mexico because it has been said that the Spanish conquest was neither victory nor defeat, only the violent birth of a nation. There is also a story to be told here about the first European descendants who rebelled against the Spanish crown. They sought independence within one generation of the ...
... and have pieced together the night from the messages written to each other on our iphones, and the fact that Daisy did a blood test at 05.56am.
Hilarious highlight #2: Who the hell builds a stadium in a sunny country without a frickin' roof?!?
The following morning we were really looking forward to seeing a football match. Charlotte woke Daisy up. Daisy looked, felt, smelt and sounded like a rotting corpse. Feeling at home, she walked into the kitchen ...
... that even my body barely fits. AND, they give you those little 12" pillows and sorry little excuse for blankets that regular airlines "used to give you". Not at all like airlines from America that give you down comforters and standard pillows. We sure do know how to treat a person. Mexico - not so much.
But that's almost history. I have 3 more hours ...
... skip free breakfast at the hostel and head next door to the restaurant. There is a line up and we wait about 10 mins for a table outside. We have omelette for breakfast with a hot chocolate. The omelette tasted like real e.g.
After we Skype Hinesh's dad for Fathers Day (northern hemisphere fathers day) we head out to Condesca again. The trains are quite empty for Mexico City and we manage to get seats today. We get into Condesca and we grab an orange juice at a fancy schmancy ...
... met Emily’s family friend for dinner at a restaurant called Villa Maria in the Polanco district. The food was fabulous (I had an authentic mole with sesame seeds), and the company was even better. I learned about the legend of the Virgin of Guadeloupe so now much search for it in all churches around the region. We took the metro back late, and it felt very safe. Home by 11:30pm and to bed shortly ...