Travel Blogs from Mexico City
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We were left in a hot dark apartment and I was seriously considering how costly it would be to find another place at our own expense for the summer. So, we decided to come up with a solution that actually worked.
We purchased ...
... What a weird ritual.
Our final stop of the day was my favorite: the last small temple. This was built in several stages, with one stage following the previous by only a few years. It was constructed around the time that contact was made with the Maya, and some speculate that this temple was designed to support the king in his quest to become god-like. This temple is surrounded by a giant sunken lawn, with five foot walls on all sides. It apparently can be ...
... 34); line-height: normal; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.66px;">With sunrise at 6:48 am, the city was still waking up as we drove the short distance into the historic centre of town.
... oh yeah and a Ukulele :-)
This little fella is my newest companion and I look forward to many long quiet nights somewhere in the world strumming my hawaiian cutie hehehe ;-)
It was a year and a half ago, while travelling in a bus through Malaysia that I decided to get a plan in motion for serving where the need is great, and now I am finally about to reach my goal! September 2013 was the ...
... the Frida Kahlo museum, was a really nice afternoon. She was an incredible artist and without me having any idea a huge influence on modern art and clothing, well worth a visit.
We just had a fairly average dinner that mostly consisted of raw vegetables but that's our fault for not having very strong Spanish and now we wait around the hostel until go time.
Bring on Oaxaca!
Buenos noches amigos