Tulip Inn Ritz Mexico
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... hill" and its hieroglyph is a grasshopper on a hill, which is cool because it's literally the only hieroglyph I know...) and walked through throngs of people to el lago de Chapultepec. This park is massive, one of the largest in the world, and is a popular tourist destination, attracting 15 million people every year. Today, it was packed with families, people enjoying the paddleboats and the bookstore we passed on our way into ...
... the security on the bus very seriously, though. Before boarding you have to pass through a security control (like at the airport), then all of the passengers are filmed and there is also police going through the bus on various stops.
Mercado de Sonora
It's one of the weirdest places in Mexico DF. Apart from normal stuff that you can buy on every market, here you can also find everything that you need for voo-doo rituals or simply for your ...
... where the best place to celebrate would be. It was quite a frustrating process in the end as we kept getting told different things from different people and we lost so much time trying to come up with a plan! There were lots of altars etc. decorating the main square near our hostel which we explored on the first night of the festival, we also visited the university to see the altars made by the students. On the Sunday we spent the day in Xochimilco ...
... shortly after the fair… I may finally see a student come to Guelph thanks to my attendance in their country. Very exciting.
I also really enjoyed the little bits of Mexico that I got to see. The downtown, historic centres of Guadalajara, León, and Queretaro were all wonderful. The traditional colonial buildings with their simple yet colourful exteriors create enchanting little streets. Thanks to "House Hunters International" I could already picture the surprisingly ...
... of my own and off we went. Luckily he was not going to my
gate and after grumbling about me and how he was going to be late for his
flight he jumped off with an attempt at mocking my “British” accent!! I was
fine until it came to trying to board at the correct gate when I could feel
myself getting a little emotional…..to my embarrassment the guy at the gate got
a wheel chair for me and had me wheeled down to the plane where the ...