Easter crowds

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Wednesday, January 02, 2019, 22:04 (420 days ago) @ Talley Ho

We feel exactly like you do Rob.

As a childhood asthmatic, when he started to have issues, I knew to have him hydrate, drink two bottles of water, then switch to beer so he wouldn't care and relax. This was during rush hour, horrible air and above ground commuting due to the time of day. There is an OXXO on every corner.

It's a fabulous city, we have visited twice and plan to do so again, with plans in place for the dry thin air.

There is SO much to see and do!

Eye drops and nose drops and staying hydrated are the key. And when the sky is clear and you can appreciate the view from someplace like La Terraza restaurant overlooking the Zócalo you might feel that same almost rhythmic vibe, an ancient emotion Unique to a place that has seen such culture and history like very few other places on the planet. A place that even the Spaniards marveled at upon arrival, and whose Conquista caused a sadness among its victors for the destruction of so much that was truly incredible, from towering pyramid-like temples to its incredibly well planned network of floating gardens, canals and aquaducts.


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