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Mexico - Mexico City, Oaxaca, Tulum & Isla Mujeres

A travel blog entry by lucy_peterg on Jul 07, 2014

3 comments, 96 photos

... it! The vibe is deliberately hippie chic - some great beach clubs and restaurants. We hired a car and drove to different beaches everyday - had a really great time!

From Tulum we took a short ferry ride over to an island called Isla Mujeres; 13km northeast of Cancun in the Caribbean Sea. The island is just 7km long and 650ft wide - we hired a golf cart and drove all over the island. We spent 2 nights on the island - all the beaches were ...

Mexico

A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Aug 29, 2013

... have to admit it was way too super for me - in fact I had seemed to have lost my shopping navigation skills and after less than an hour I needed out.

We spent a few hours in the torture museem - where we learnt all the ways and means to kill and harm anyone we may choose to

We also went to another super museem called Templo Mayor an excavation site right in the city centre.

Museem Soumaya was also a cool stop - a crazy modern building Mr Slim one of ...

Goodbye Mexico

A travel blog entry by monmirandad on Aug 25, 2013

4 photos

... sleep, the wait was worth it because they give us for meal lasagna and it was delicious, it was the best food I've ever eaten on an airplane.
At last I felt asleep and fortunately I woke up just in time to see the sunrise, again I wish my camera could take that moment but as it was dark inside I couldn't take a great picture, but I guess that the experience is all that matters.

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Ciudad de Mexico

A travel blog entry by paulandjemma on Mar 27, 2013

10 photos

... crepes and then ice cream. It was quite late by the time we got home and, with another day's sightseeing planned for the next day, we went straight to bed.

Day One Hundred and Ninety Eight - Saturday 23rd March 2013

We left the flat at 10am and drove to Mexico City's most important and visited museum, Museo Nacional de Antropologia, where we learnt about the pre-hispanic history of Mexico. The museum is very large and well kept. It contains ...

Back in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by felixyorugua on Jan 11, 2013

18 photos

... lived when he was exiled to Mexico, before moving into his own house a few blocks away. His house has less charm than Frida's but is interesting nonetheless especially from a historical point of view. The guided visit covers in detail how Trotsky was assassinated after the first failed attempt. He was actually betrayed by one of his 'friends', sent by Stalin and who purposely earned his trust just to eventually kill him. The museum also delved into Trotsky's vision of ...