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... had tried to sell us at the beach were mini-shrimp, but he decided not to buy a bag to take along for snacks.
The plane ride was about the length of a flight from Spokane to Seattle, then we were back in Mexico City. Since there were very few Americanos on the plane, our line at immigration and customs was pretty short, but we saw only one agent for the whole flight. Apparently it's not so important to staff ...
... m honestly not that tired. Crazy stuff.
My day has been just long, long, long. Nathan and his girlfriend Angie drove me to the airport--they picked me up just past 3am. I arrived and checked in only to discover that I had been randomly selected to go through additional security. There's nothing random about that though; every time I've passed through a security checkpoint in an airport since trying to bring a Lego cutlery set as a gag Christmas gift with me in ...
... off our '2' bags we took a walk around the square. All the Christmas decorations were still up and there was ice-skating in the centre of the square. We ventured into a local café for some dinner. After much analysis of the menu with the Spanish phrase book in hand, we all ordered the 'safe' chicken taco option. The waiter then placed a huge plate of pastries on the table...temptation and confusion at it best! We quickly realised why Mexico is the diabetes capital of the ...
Having decided that cities are more stress than they are worth, we made the smart choice to base ourselves about 45mins to the north of the city in Teotihuacan - home to the famous pyramids of the Sun and Moon. Yup - Pyramids....yup still in Mexico - take that Egypt! I have a theory on the ones in Mexico though. They're surrounded by very pyramidy shaped mountains, so I think the aincient Mayans were just copying nature - and shur why wouldn't ...
... of both the Sol and Luna pyramids. It's obvious that a lot of work has gone into restoring the place. There are about a million vendors, all out there selling their wares under the hot sun, and heaps of school kids ignoring their teachers and buying godawful whistles that can be heard from the top of the pyramids. But all in all it was probably one of the most impressive sights I've seen all trip, and I didn't even know it existed! Apparently Chichen Itza pales ...