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... and much more. That was before we even got to the dry goods. This Saturday market is fantastic, and excellent value. Back here, we ate some fried huitlacoche and mushrooms in tortillas. Huitlacoche is know in English as 'corn smuts'. We prefer the Spanish name! It is a fungus that grows on maize. After lunch, we (Martin, Ben and Korina) took a trip on the bus (upon which it was standing room only) and then the underground (which was also very ...
... It is huge and has several museums, a zoo, and other attractions within it. We visited the Museum of National History, which is inside a castle, the zoo, and the Museum of Anthropology. After all of the walking, we treated ourselves to a fancy dinner on our last night in the city. We are both sad to say goodbye to Mexico City, I don't think you could ever run out of things to do there, but we still have plenty more of Mexico to discover! Now on to ...
... br> Given what was and mostly likely will be (fingers crossed) the most stress packed day of our trip we were all tucked up in our hostel beds by 9pm!
Day 6: Saturday, 4 January
We were up bright and early to head off on a tour and forget about yesterday!! The tour covered 4 main attractions; 1) a site in the city where the 3 cultures of Mexico mix; Aztec worship site, Spanish church and modern 1970's apartments. 2) Basillica of the Lady of Guadalupe. 3) ...
... us both giggle a lot) to the music boxes that are played at every tourist trap; we struggled to find even a moments silence! Everything is a lot more difficult than it should be as we struggled to do more than one activity per day due to traffic and navigating the MHs (m***********s) that scatter the pavements. Nonetheless we had the most wonderful time and only wish we had a little longer to explore more of what Mexico has to ...
... the pyramids by overlaying the previous build, until it finally stood approx 60m high before the Spanish arrived. A fairly blood thirsty lot who expanded their territory by extracting tributes from surrounding tribes in exchange for an agreement that no human sacrifices or other retributions would occur. Bit of a protection racket really which meant that when the Spanish arrived they were not short of villages looking to become their allies ...