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Published: December 4th 2007
After the Big Apple we flew down to Mexico City (on the 19th november). Again, apologies for the late updates but as I hurriedly mentioned in the previous post we have been having a bit of a mare with our photos and trouble getting the internet to work.
Mexico city is a huge, dirty city with a bit of a traffic problem. We were told that 18 million people live there and that 30%!o(MISSING)f the population are under 18. Randy buggers, the mexicans. Anyway, we quickly checked the place out (there is a really cool cathedral and some mad old pyramids that the spaniards demolished and built churches on top of), and left the next day for Teotihuacan.
Teotihuacan is an ancient city that no-one really knows anything about. They don´t even know who built it, although they know that the mayas and aztecs occupied it for periods of time. Anyway, it´s a pretty amazing place. We climbed the pyramids before the japanese and french tour bus groups arrived and returned to Mexico City for another night.
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