Villas Valle Mistico
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... and Sundays, there is a food market filled with fruits, vegetables and meats.
The main street into town, Calle Tepozteco, leads people to the base of the mountain where the path leading up to the pyramid, is located. Chris and I got to the town just before noon and it was starting to get pretty warm. I wasn't really ready to climb up the steep path to the pyramid in the heat so we decided that we would check out the town and market today and come ...
... continues to enchant and confound me. It is too big to comprehend, one just has to experience it. I have returned now several times to an area called Condessa. It is a fashionable inner city neighborhood, adjacent to the equally beguiling Roma, with shops restaurants and clubs in close proximity. Last week I was invited by a Couch Surfer there for a drink. Having proclaimed my fondness for pulque, she took me to a ...
... although not in the league of Cartagena, and true to our style of exploration we walked the whole city, so we know what it’s really like. This part of the Gulf is like the Florida Quays (sorry if I’ve spelled that wrong) but lots of little islands joined by a huge stilt supported bridges, and we spent 3 idyllic nights in one of these settlements, and only left when we had run out of provisions (no shops just fishermen there).
Next came ...
Today was my first day without any real plan. Woke up the latest of the
trip at AM. Around 11 I met up with Bryan and a new friend from the
hostel, Lucas. We headed out to the Merced Market. It felt like the
biggest market that I have ever been ...
... was interested in other travel companies and I gave her Gecko, Dragoman, G and Tucan. Everybody eventually up and about. The girls joined us and discussion about how odd this group was for a group travel group. Eventually did a walk around the restaurant, saying farewell to all but Brian and Carole [whom I missed or they had already gone]; emotions largely held ...