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After arriving into Mexico City late last night the group was introduced to each other - Rachel is the trail leader with her assistant Kelly, then there is just myself and Vicky on the trail. After a delicious breakfast off refried beans,ham and cheese on toast which we enjoyed on the hostels rooftop terrace, we had to get some paperwork out the way. Paperwork complete it was time to head out in to the city for our first taste ...
Today was a rest day, but we still had to be on the coach by 8 am to go and visit the pyramids of Teotihuacan! They are not officially pyramids, but that is still what they are called. They were beautiful and very impressive and we managed to climb both the Moon and the Sun pyramids! And that on a boiling hot day haha! We were then taken to a place where the properties of the blue agave plant were explained to us, including ...
... Palacio de Bellas Artes. There must have been hundreds, maybe thousands, of people waiting in line to drop off yellow flowers as a tribute. While Isai and I were vising el Mirador after dinner, thousands of yellow tissue paper butterflies blew up into the air, released from Gabo's memorial service. A last surprise to end the evening.
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... Paid the 57 pesos / NZ $5.36 / US 4.40 and wandered in. By now I was starting to feel tired and my brain certainly did not want to stop to read the various English descriptions on the many exhibits.
... to see so many young babies being christened in one of the many services being held today. Most web sites said about 90% of Mexicans are Catholics.
With nearly 8 million Mexicans living in Mexico City, I can see why so many would want their children to ...