Ramada Mexico Zona Norte
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... patio. There is plenty of room, restrooms, a jumper for the kids, shade from the heat and a whole pig cooking in a cauldron. I'm told they remove the head and hoofs first but I think that's it. I stay busy taking pictures and socializing, avoiding the offers, "Did you get any food?". I'll wait for the tacos.
As always, the beer and tequila were plentiful, tacos great and the hospitality superb. It wasn't long ...
... and public squares, dominated by the cathedral and assorted colonial and neo-classic buildings. All around us are larger than life papier-mâché effigies representing skeletons. We are indeed in time to celebrate Day of the Dead in Mexico, which explains the strange people we saw on the street last night.
We will see hundreds of these colourful and absolutely ...
... and down. By this time it is sweltering, I don’t ask Emma if she’s cold cause I know the answer already. My favourite animals were the bears and elephants. The keepers gave the elephants pumpkins which they were less than impressed with and with crushed them or threw them out of the enclosure. The other cool thing was seeing the Giant Pandas in their enclosure. We queued for 45 minutes, yes 45 minutes in the burning heat but it was worth it when we ...
... for their help. We don't see that too often in Kingston! The boys were also amazed to see a sky writer plane leave an ad for Geiko in the sky above us.
We went to the Pacific Beach area for dinner and ate at a fantastic New Zealand restaurant. After dinner we strolled on the boardwalk by the beach and watched all the surfers in the waves. It didn't take long for the ...
... their snacks. We visited the dolphins, and not only could we view them from above, but we also snagged a great view at eye-level through the glass window in their tank. We took a ride on the Sky Tower, a revolving ride that slowly rotates, lifting its passengers 100m above SeaWorld for a fantastic view of SeaWorld and San Diego. Arriving just in time for sea lion and seal feeding, Uncle Robert bought us some snacks to toss over for the hungry creatures. We ...