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... at our last bathroom stop we were on our way up the mountain. The pyramid was straight up a LONG ways and was all rocks and rocky stairs! It was quite the workout and we had to make quite a few stops to catch our breath! When we got to the top we paid to go up to the actual pyramid that had breathtaking views of the city from high above! It was such a workout to get up and down, but it was truly a once in a life time experience! After being ...
Today we had our morning Spanish class then we took a Cuernavaca bus to Tepoztlan. There we saw the Convent of Dominico de la Natividad. This monastery, situated east of the zócalo, and the attached church were built by Dominican priests between 1560 and 1588. There were many frescoes inside that were painted over because the pictures of the saints were being defaced. The priests would rather cover ...
... to thank a motorist for letting them pass.
As far as I can tell the rudest sign, is the universal sign for "OK", with thumb and index finger touching, but held down to the waist with the back of the hand towards your body.
Touching your fist to your chest can mean." He's gay".
There's certain motion of the hand that means, "it happened a long time ago."
I am starting to see why ...
... Chichen Itza, where MOATS gather as thickly as Monarch Butterflies in Mexico City. The ruins are truly spectacular until you realise that they have been cleverly re-built by Wimpeys and although it gives you a real perspective of what a Mayan City may have looked like, it left you feeling just a little cheated. Worse was now to come as we planned to go to Merida and a small outlying village called Chixclub,, which was where 65 million years ago a meteor hit ...
... the daily
ceremony in which the military trot out and take down the enormous
Later in the evening, Bryan and I went out to a
couple of places for drinks and a traditional Mexican meal. Back at the
hostal we played some cards ...