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Acapulco

Acapulco

Hi everyone, it’s me Andrea. This time is my turn to tell you about our amazing trip to Acapulco. When I was a child I used to go to Acapulco almost every year, so I have beautiful memories with my family there, and sharing that special place with Pascal was one of the best things I’ve ever done. We arrived to an amazing hotel called “Emporio”, luckily we went in the low season so the hotel was very quiet and…

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2nd time Mexico City

2nd time Mexico City

Because I missed Andrea, I decided to visit her again in March 2018, I would fly to Mexico City again from Dublin via Paris. However due to a snowstorm, my flight got canceled 4 times, I should have been there on a wednesday, I arrived on a monday next week.  However, words cannot describe how happy I was once I finally fell in Andrea’s arms. I missed her so much and now finally I would visit Mexico for the 2nd…

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Soumaya, Mexico City

Soumaya, Mexico City

Time to get back to Mexico City, in a few days it is time to say eachother goodbye, so we decided to visit the Soumaya (Owned by Carlos Slim). We also walked around and admired the amazing views. The Soumaya is a museum from the rich Mexican Carlos Slim, he put his own private collection inside the museum. The entrance is free. The building itself is really cool, inside there is plenty to see too. There is also a shopping…

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Aguascalientes, Mexico

Aguascalientes, Mexico

After Andrea and I visited Guanajuato, we went to the home town of Andrea, Aguascalientes! Located around 6 hours driving from the north of Mexico city, lies a city with around 1 million people living there. Aguascalientes. The city center has a very colonial style and this is also what the city is known for. Furthermore there is also a museum of the dead. We visited this museum, and it’s very interesting. It is generally a very large collection of…

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Guanajuato, Mexico

Guanajuato, Mexico

After visiting the great Mexico City, we went by bus to Guanajuato, around a 5 hour drive to the north from Mexico City. Guanajuato is a colorful city filled with narrow streets, they even a an alley of love! Sadly I got sick, probably Montezuma’s revenge, however I tried to explore as much as possible with Andrea, after resting (and vomiting a lot), we took it easy and explored what we were able too. Hidden away there is a small…

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Exploring Mexico City

Exploring Mexico City

Mexico City (Ciudad de Mexico), is a huge sprawling city with over 20 milion people living there. Even though it’s a huge city, the city is very diverse with different types of cultures. One time you’re in the middle of Manhattan (Huge buildings and skyscrapers) and suddenly you are in a small Venice. Mexico city is very colorful! More than I ever expected it to be. We booked a very Mexican show, showing the musical tradition of Mexican music. Very…

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Teotihuacan, Mexico

Teotihuacan, Mexico

I always wanted to visit the ancient site of Teotihuacan, this place is an ancient city named after where gods are born. It’s really stunning what mankind were able to built over 2000 years ago. There are two main Pyramids, (Not actually Pyramids, since they are not hollow buildings). They are massive buildings mostly used to human and animal sacrifice. One is the temple of the sun, and another temple (the one in the middle) is called  the pyramid of…

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Feeling complete again

Feeling complete again

As this is my first blog I would like to say hi to everyone and share with you my perspective of the time Pascal came to Mexico for the first time. I live in a city called Aguascalientes, just right in the middle of Mexico. I had to come back from Dublin cause my English classes were over, and to be honest, Ireland is one of the most beautiful countries I’ve ever been but it’s quite expensive, anyway, by the…

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Colorful Mexico City, Mexico

Colorful Mexico City, Mexico

Never would I have expected that I would travel to Mexico, I honestly knew that it existed, and that the taco came from there but that was it. I am so happy I got to meet my Mexican girlfriend. A whole new (incredible amazing) world opened for me! Because Andrea needed to go back (She finished studying English), I promised I would visit her soon. And Of course I did! After flying for around 10 hours I finally got greeted…

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