Travel Blogs from Mexico City
... needed nap, had dinner with Seņora Silvia, and met up with some friends from class for some dancing! After returning home, we were chilling in bed and chatting when we felt yet another earthquake! This one felt stronger than the first, but it ended up being a 6.0 (while the other was a 6.4). It was a crazy end to a crazy ...
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... to get the lock open, had to climb across windows into one of the bedrooms over a super high courtyard – thankfully I had no dressed in my Banaman costume by this point, otherwise it could have looked even more ridiculous/amusing! I then spend a while making my costume (which I thought I did pretty well) but it seems no one over this side of the world had ever heard of Bananaman so the effort was largely wasted and just felt like a moron!
Thankfully beer ...
... was CD’s, people would walk on the train with a stereo backpack on blasting out music samples and selling the CD’s for $1! Not only were the busses musical, but the trains too!
Hotel Diligenciias - $40 a night for a room right in the centre with free water and air con. Very close to the train station. Owners did not speak any English.
Today we got up a bit earlier than usual so we could get as much time in at the zoo as possible, we had researched the night before and we were confident we could find it. When we put the address into google maps it told us it was in walking distance from our hotel. So after we had breakfast, hot cakes with maple syrup, coffee and juice in the hotel restaurant, we got our stuff together and starting heading in the directions google maps gave us. Before we ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center