Mexico 2009 - Page 5

It's just as steep going down.

Pyramid of the Moon.

Teotihuacan is full of vendors, mostly selling the same trinkets.

La Gruta is an interesting place to take a break.

They serve valley of Mexico traditional dishes like mixiote de conejo.

The botanical section:

Water/cooking pot from Teotihuacan.

Teotihuacan pyramids also served as a burial site.

Feathered serpent from Teotihuacan.

Houses outside the main drag were made out of a more simple adobe construction.


If you didn't find what you were looking for with one of the hawkers, these guys will be happy to get it for you.

Martha and Liz at the site of the old Santo Tomas de los Platanos.

They start them young making tortillas.

Lunch at S.T. de los P.

Valle de Bravo's Mercado de Artesanias (art/crafts market).

Family transportation, Valle style.

The state of Mexico is helping Chrysler stay in business.

Valle's cathedral and zocalo.

Valle street.

Dinner in Metepec with the Melendez clan.

Old fashioned ice-cream.

Lizbeth and Martha in Metepec.

Good thing there is a size/weight limit on luggage...

Martha made a new friend, but I don't think she was expecting that wet kiss...

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