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A Third Visit to Teotihuacán

Being so close to Mexico City, Teotihuacán is a must-see for many visitors to Central Mexico. The large site and enormous pyramids provide a nice introduction to Mexico’s past. 165 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale (III)

This week’s third entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge has attempted to show the sheer scale of the Pyramid of the Sun, the largest building in… 41 more words

Photography

Teo-Tay-Wah-Caan

25th August, 2014

There is so much to do in and around Mexico City that it almost seems illogical to do a day trip out. However, the “pyramids” of Teotihuacan seemed like a worthy way to spend a day. 488 more words

Ginger Road

Teotihuacan to Oaxaca

Woke up in San Martin and hit up the Teotihuacan pyramids. Really amazing site. Interestingly the Aztecs found the area, they didn’t build it. They don’t know what it was called or who lived there before and Teotihuacan is the name they gave it. 1,671 more words

General Travel

Shaky Leg Triumph

By Jan K.

I’ve been afraid of heights my whole life. My earliest memory of this dates back to third grade. My school’s third through sixth grade classrooms were on the second floor of an 1890’s era building in the Midwest, with a basement that rose several feet above ground level. 642 more words

Self Confidence

Mexico, 1935

HERE IS an interesting video. It is, as the headline has already revealed, Mexico in 1935, a tour from the border taken by a couple of Gringos in a Chrysler of the era. 220 more words

Fact