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Die Mexikaner wollten uns fast nicht mehr ins Land lassen! Der Beamte löcherte uns in seiner fast schon aggressiven Art mit Fragen, dass wir uns zusammen nehmen mussten, um nicht zu lachen (gegrinst haben wir aber schon…). Nicht dass sie uns dann noch in die hinterste Ecke von Mexiko verfrachtet hätten…!
Unser erwarteter …
... floor to the 6th, which is a giant room housing a bajillion Rodin sculptures and others', but we should have taken the elevator and worked our way down. I wasn't feeling too good, and the heat and clamminess I was feeling (as a result of dehydration and sunstroke from yesterday) only made things worse. But I managed. It got to be so overwhelming--the sheer number of art pieces! My god!--that we began byp************ sections in order to ...
Looking out of the plane on our descent, I was in awe of the widespread expanse of the city. I arrived to a lovely hostel Casa San Ildefonso and friendly staff Irere, Badi and the guard (whom sadly I forget his name). Whilst waiting for Sara to return from Lucha Libre tour, Badi and the guard took pity on my empty stomach and shared leftover pizza and donuts over delicious hot chocolate. I returned the generosity with Australiana souvenirs for ...
... thought I was in good hands since Dr. Kimball has been here a thousand times, but we got lost. It was quite an adventure with him wandering around downtown Mexico City to get to the meeting point, but eventually we made it back after walking 6 extra blocks we didn't need to. When we met back up with everyone else, we got on the bus to eat our lunch while driving to Xiochmilco. Xiochmilco is the remains of the ...
... a selection of tapas, we decided to go off in search of the famous little mescal bar, Botica. It took us a few passes to find it, as it is not really labeled, but, lucky for us, there was a table for four … because they are only a few tables in the bar. The music was really loud (controlled by jukebox), but we were still able to chat a bit. The boys tried a couple of different mescals, then Emily and I decided we had had enough and returned to ...
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