Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... br> We walked back along Avenida Juarez, going down the road leading to the city's Chinatown. The Beavers left [not a great loss]. Jim also headed back to the hotel as he's got an 0400 wake up call. Today was the Chinese new year, aptly the year of the horse after our earlier equine efforts. The group got split up due to the congested space. There were some fireworks.
In the end, there were Sid, the girls, Chris and yours truly. After the umpteenth failure of Cathy's ATM ...
... have thought?! - see surf report) surfing was off the agenda after the first afternoon. This meant we spent our time exploring the coast.
Mazunte Beach is an hour south and one of the most beautiful beaches we came across on the trip. Carrizalillo Beach was just north of the port and with crystal clear water this was another amazing bay with nothing but a few beach bars keeping you refreshed as the afternoon sun went down.
... a city that was established in 100BC and became the largest and most populated city in North America until it fell in the 8th century. It is believed by the Aztecs that god created the world at this site. They still aren't sure exactly who lived there or how the city fell although there are a few theories
We saw the ruins of the city, where all the communal halls, houses and tombs used to be, ...
We raced through the zoo looking at every animal we passed. Admiring their beautiful home-like enclosures. A couple of years ago the zoo was rebuilt to show and teach us about the animals and environmental protection. It is now one of the most amazing zoos in the world. The first animals that we came to that really blew my mind were the hippos. Did you know that hippos are one of the most vicious in the swamps and water ways and are very protective of their terrritory. They ...
... ministry. And in the last few weeks I have noticed the privilege I have to support my brothers and sisters. Thanks to my mother's insistence and to the blessings from Jehovah, I ended up getting a car for my temporary stay here. I wanted to have the means to move around in service and not be too dependant on others. Well, it seems that Jehovah did not bless only me! Around the same time I arrived, there also arrived a nice couple and a family that live around my area ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service