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... to Huatulco. The Mexico City airport was not as busy as we feared, and our lines through customs were pretty short. One of the most stressed tips about Mexico City is to make sure you only get on the official taxis, so we wanted to make sure we didn't make any deadly mistakes. We marched past any other hawkers that might lure us into their traps, and prepaid our fare (standard for certain zones) at the first Taxis Autorizado booth that looked good.
The official taxi people ...
... spun, spinning them as they slowly descended. The entire time one guy played some kind of flute and kept beat on a little drum. Pretty impressive, if you ask me, considering that he was being swung around a pole upside down. (That's a video of the Danza de Voladores, by the way. Sorry it's sideways.)
After that unexpected cultural experience, I headed back to the hotel the long way, wandering through the park. There were vendors out selling ...
... around seeing the amazing carving, statues & other artifacts. We found out some weird and wonderful facts like the Aztecs use to keep domesticated dogs & bizarrely Turkeys. The horrible Histories were definitely right when they painted the Aztecs as Awful. They practiced human sacrifice a lot & on one occasion they killed and turned an ally’s daughter’s skin into a ceremonial headdress after she married the ...
... was going on but we were still able to take pictures and see the image of Guadalupe. To view the image of Guadalupe you have to stand on a conveyor belt. The reason for this is because people would stand under the image for long periods of time. We spent about an hour at the Basilica taking pictures and shopping in the gift store. It was a good way to end a great ...
... a good price to hire our own boat and guide and purchased a bucket of beer. The weather was beautiful and it was a very amusing experience as boats full of Mariachi bands, food vendors and other random, gimmicky gifts floated past. That afternoon we tried our luck at the Frida Kahlo museum but decided it best to come back another day as the line was a block or more long. We ended up eating at a fairly fancy Mexican restaurant and had one ...