Real del Sur
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... Canadian retirees) still lazing in the sun south of the border.
We had crossed the Tropic of Cancer north of Mazatlan and the country had been getting more verdant as we had headed south. From Mazatland the route sticks to the coast at first skirting the edge of some big estuaries before striking inland to Tepic at the foothill of the mountains that make up the central spine of Mexico.
WE took a detour into the small town of Magdalena and should ...
... there if they knew where we could try Pulque (traditional drink made form fermented agave). They talked of a place near the centro, so we went back there (good thing the subway rides are only about 30 cents!) and found the place they were talking about, “la burra blanca”. By then, Mark’s cellphone (which we use to get addresses and directions) had died (we brought the portable charger but not the right cable!) so we didn’t really know ...
... to take care of me. I imagine this is what it would feel like to have an older brother. I saw a doctor, got new meds, ran some tests, and rested. Seeing that I wasn't feeling well, I decided to cancel my outgoing flight and postpone the next part of my trip. On Friday I was on the phone with my father who told me that he was going to LA on Monday for work. I lived in LaLaLand for almost four years and not once did he have a work trip to SoCal, figures that now that ...
Yesterday we ventured into the depths of the city - first trip on the Metro (Underground). It was a good day to try the metro as it was a weekend so not as frantically busy. There are 4.2 million people who use this underground every day during the week. Quite a large number in anyone's books! I don't think that many tourists use this form of transport as there didn't seem to be any in our cars. Very cheap form of transport - $20 pesos for all of us (about $2 NZD) Some of ...
... are sinking by 7cm per year and have sunk so much since they were built in the 1500s that you feel drunk looking at it and walking around inside as nothing is straight. (For once it's not my poor photography). After visiting the new shrine we headed out to the old centre of Teotihuacan which sits in the shadow of a volcano. Teotihuacan is a Mayan like settlement from BC until 800 AD & Aztec settlement from 1400-1521 that was just spectacular consisting of 3 pyramids and over ...