Plaza Florencia Suites
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... we'd ever seen - the seats declined really far back and there was loads of leg room! Sleeping loads, reading and watching a film meant we passed the 19hrs we thought the journey would be quite merrily. Turns out we still had another 4 to go, but we eventually arrived at Daisy's school friend Katie's lovely flat. We were served PROPER tea with a homemade mince pie, next to a decorated tree - it finally felt like Christmas!
The next day - Xmas eve - we pottered around ...
... wrapped in Mexican flags when faced with capture by American troops. Then, I headed to my main stop, the National Anthropology Museum. Besides the fact that it's an extremely important museum, they show it in the Spanish 2 textbook I use so I wanted to go there and take a picture to show my students. The museum covered human history starting with evolution, then switched to Mexican history through about the time the Spaniards arrived. It focused on ...
... tickling is considered a torture so if I haven’t already reported Zoe to the Geneva Convention of human rights Chris/Alex you can next time she tickles you.
We still had time to visit the Temple Mayor the centre piece of the Aztec capital in Mexico City that happens to be right next to the Cathedral and was found randomly by people investigating putting a new metro station in. They still managed to run a sewage pipe straight through the remains in the early ...
... the usual paperwork to be brought along. Can't get the wifi to work. Diary done so up to date.
My roommate was actually heading up to the room. Jim is an older chap from Minneapolis. He's been to Mexico City once before. We walked to the Zocalo and beyond, getting back in time for the 1800 group meeting with our guide Sid. Nine of eleven were present, including 4 other Canucks: a couple from Edmonton and two friends from Vancouver, Lou[anne] and Cathy. ...
... letters for us full of very kind words which just goes to show that volunteers play a very important role in organisations such as Save the Children. After the emotional part of the afternoon was over (thank goodness), we brought out the piñata that we had (somewhat foolishly) decided to buy the children to celebrate our last day. The children went absolutely wild over the piñata though somehow we managed to keep it intact to make ...