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... the ruins via a walkway in an old water duct, which runs directly through the site. The engineers didn't realise at the time that they were hacking a great cleft through one of the continent's most important archaeological sites. As we walked through the layers, we passed hideously steep steps. Then again, probably only priests would ever have had to make the return journey down the stairs. Prisoners of war climbing up the temple could expect to have their hearts cut out ...
... medical Spanish was not very fluent. Glenda also lead our several week birth course which was invaluable. You can find more information here: Parto Humanizado
2) I believe I found one of the best obstetricians in Mexico City. Dr. Gilberto Ramírez Bergerón, is one of the most knowledgeable doctors I have met. He was right on target with ...
We get back in time to catch the opening match of the World Cup - Brasil vs Croatia. We are lucky enough to get bar seats at one of our favourite restaurants here - El Cuatro20. I grab a burger with fries (gringo food) and Hinesh grabs 4 tacos. We watch the match and the flurry of activity that is happening behind the counter. The ladies are yelling orders and cooking then all is good again and they are smiling and look to be joking around. They are nice enough to keep ...
So, I woke up at 3am feeling ******. Really ******. Violently ill, in fact. I think I caught whatever Emily arrived with. Yuck. Spent the morning trying to sleep. After I took an Aleve, I started feeling much better but still don't want to push it.
By 11:30am, I was feeling more my usual self so decided to take the metro, so the Jemelies would not have to accompany me long before their scheduled flight. The metro was not ...
... get a haircut so I went for it. I described as best I could that I wanted it shaved with a two comb around the side with a few Spanish words I read in the hairdressing part of the lonely planet Spanish book. The lady seemed really nervous, I'm sure she had never cut a gringos hair before, but she did the best she could. It wasn't perfect but it only cost $5, and its nothing Bobbie couldn't fix for me. The only part she missed was a few spots along the line of the Mohawk, I ...