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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…!
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... it was back here for a cooking fest. The kitchen was a complete mess but that can't be avoided when there's so much incredible produce on offer. Chatting to Martin about this afternoon's demonstration, he told us about the teacher's unions here. In the areas where they are the strongest, teaching jobs are passed on from father to son. When they're disgruntled, some union teachers protest with covered faces and brandishing machetes! Martin has seen this first ...
... attached the island to the bottom of the lake creating canals. They are still being used for fresh produce and flowers. The local come here for a good day out, birthday and celebration are enjoyed on these canals. There are colourful punt like boats called trajineras, which bear girls names. There are floating mariachi bands, which will entertain you (at a 100 pesos fee per song) and passing flats boats with food, selling food and beverages.
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... owned a ceviche restaurant downstairs from the apartment which happened to be #2 on trip advisor. We dined there regularly and watched the World Cup football a lot during the week.
We took an early morning tour to the Teotihuacan pyramids which is about 40 km out of the city. They were established around 100 BC and completed by 250 AD, at it's peak had a population estimated 125,000 people. We were there by 7am so we had the place to ourselves. ...
... that probably came from China. Mexico City is known as a really dangerous place, but I did not feel threatened. I think that a lot of the danger is with cartels and not towards tourists. The main square was packed with an Army vehicle on every corner and probably 100 armed guards. If any tourist was robbed here, they wouldn't make it too far with the kind of heavy artillery they had here. With 37,000,000 people here it can be ...
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