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... to get back towards our destination but it still took hours with a tired and getting crankier by the second baby on board. Arriving home gone midnight we wolfed down more tacos and passed out for the night.
Xochimilco, a borough of D.F, is famous for its waterways and brightly coloured boats known as trajineras which carry families, musicians, food sellers and parties up and down the canal system. It was my main reason for returning to Mexico City as I never made it here ...
... schmancy dinner. I grab a popcorn chicken meal from KFC before we go home. I was still hungry from only having mash. We take a last walk down Franciso I Made and say farewell to Mexico.
Our time here has been muy bien. We've had amazing unforgettable experiences such as the cenote diving in Tulum for Hinesh, we've experienced lively culture in places such has Oaxaca and met warm and happy people like the man at the World Cup match who gave us free food. Muchas Gracias Mexico thanks for the memories.
... What a weird ritual.
Our final stop of the day was my favorite: the last small temple. This was built in several stages, with one stage following the previous by only a few years. It was constructed around the time that contact was made with the Maya, and some speculate that this temple was designed to support the king in his quest to become god-like. This temple is surrounded by a giant sunken lawn, with five foot walls on all sides. It apparently can be ...
... to wait just 20 minutes before my three star Hotel El Salvador room was ready at 8 am. After an hour's "power nap", that was enough to hit the streets so armed with a walking guide and maps in hand off I went.
... amp; Lots of Storage Space
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