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... I know, and I happened to run into him on the street. Life is funny sometimes, but I don't believe in coincidences. With all the wonderful things the city has to offer, the highlight was my friend and his partner. I can't thank them enough for being such spectacular hosts and looking out for me. I truly enjoyed my time with you guys and hope that the next time we meet, I'll be hosting you in my new home somewhere across the globe. Love you ...
... Teotihuacan. Our tour guide, Aaron, was hilarious and we had a great time with him, the driver, the three Argentinians and two Colombians on our tour. The first two stops in Mexico City were two plazas--the Plaza Garibaldi, which is basically the plaza of Mariachis. Apparently the bands are there every night for whoever wants them to serenade someone, and it's also the plaza where people go to celebrate anything and everything. The we stopped at ...
... so kind and so eager to share & teach us about his beautiful country. We were so lucky to have Leo & Fabiloa, Mexico City was a crazy, busy mess of people and what shocked me the most is how little English was spoken anywhere. However no English meant for Stuie & I that our Spanish learning went into overdrive because soon enough Leo & Fabiola would be gone & we would have to fend for ourselves. Stuie has always been amazing at respecting and learning ...
... and went out for a late dinner with them.
The next day I booked a tour to go to the Pyramids just out of Mexico City. The tour stopped at a few sites along the way, including a place where we got to taste the juice from the cactus that makes tequila, as well as have some tequila shots. When we got to the pyramids tere was a girl travelling alone from Ireland (who happened to be in Mexico teaching Yoga) so ...
... the National Palace in Zocalo. On Sundays, the street is closed to car traffic and open to pedestrians, runners, bikers and skaters. As you can imagine, with the size of this city, many were out on this gorgeous Sunday morning.
At the end of the Reforma, which boasts amazing European-like grandiose fountains (about every kilometer) representing the glory of Mexico (and its conquest over both the Spanish and French), is a spectacular ...