Hopping On to Mexico City

Hola πŸ™‚

Happy New Year to All of you wonderful Reader’s πŸ™‚ We are already in 2016 and seriously where have 2015 been the whole year.

Anyways 2016 Lets Do it Fabulously !!!

Gabriel Iglesias has rightly said that Mexico and India has a lot in common. Like how we resemble, we eat Chapatis, Mexico have tortillas. India is known for their spice, they love Spices. We worship Cow Mexico loves Barbeque. So you get the point Right?

So I Decide to go on a City Tour with Hop On-Hop OFF Open Buses. The Weather was pleasant and city was amazing with lots of Art, Food,Beer and Cultural joints.

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Its Me Again!!!
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HOHO buses
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Happy Faces
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Its Fun to be a Tourist
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Beautiful Locals
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Just..

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Parque Alameda Central
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In All its Glory
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Soulful Paintings
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Metropolitan Cathedral
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Such an Exquisite detailing
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Mother Mary
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Zocalo:The Birthplace of the Constitution
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Monumental Art
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The Palace of Fine Arts
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Evolution of Life

New Year Celebrations at Independence Square in Mexico City.

Mexico is my Kind of Place, Here’s a Quick Why :

  • Mexican People are so warm,humble & generous.
  • Roadside Bars and Cafes are a must visit and so relaxing.
  • Beer and food are very cheap.
  • Currency difference is not so huge so everything is affordable.
  • Lover’s Paradise, No Moral Police can interrupt your cosy time with your partner.
  • This country celebrates Life like Fast & Furious style.
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Road Side Bars and Cafes
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Still Life

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3King’s B’day celebrated on 6th Jan is more significant than Christmas.
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Celebration’s of 3King’s B’day.

See you all.. Time to go for now πŸ™‚

 

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The Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan Mexico

Hola Amigos,

What do Salma Hayek and my husband have in common???

 

Well apart from the fact that I love them….. They like their soups with Mexican gold tequila’s πŸ˜ƒ

Tequila’s been on my mind ever since he went to Mexico for a Business trip and sending me pictures of all things mexicano.

He’s already been to Pyramid of the Sun and Moon Gods.While he is yet to explore more of Aztec Cities in Mexico, let me take the opportunity to write about the Pyramids.

The Pyramid of the Sun is the largest structure in Teotihuacan which is a complex in theΒ shadow of the mountain Cerro Gordo. Their is also Pyramid of the Moon in the same area.

It is believed that Aztec tribal community in the Mexican city of Teotihuacan, pray the Sun and the Moon Gods hence build these giant temples in the honor of birth of these gods. Their were priests who perform daily ceremonies at in the secret caves inside the pyramids used as religious shrine.

The Pyramid of the Sun was built in 250 A.D. and discovered in 1900’s and is the third largest in the world after the Pyramids of Giza.

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Museum of Teotihuacan
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Pyramids are UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Mount Cerro Gordo
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The Pyramid of the Sun
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Before we Continue…
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Shall we???
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The City of Teotihuacan was a holy place, where the Sun, Moon and Universe were created.

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Inside the Museum
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Aztecs Artifacts
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Aztec Jewellery
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In the Avenue of the Dead
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Stone Cravings from the Avenue of the Dead
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Archaeological finding of human skull
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Representation of the Sun God
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God knows What it is?? but it was in the Museum
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Symbol of Tribe
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When in Doubt…have a Laugh!!!
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View from Museum
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Pyramid of the Moon
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Teotihuacan complex
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Being a Tourist is not easy!!!
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Not Sure which direction to go..
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Must have Selfie πŸ™‚
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Panoramic view of Teotihuacan

Well until next time let him explore more of famous Mexican tequila, the Aztecs and the Mayas, Salma Hayek, Corona beer and the beach resorts on the Pacific and Caribbean sides.