It poured on us. We were literally soaked all the way through.
We thought we were crowded on the bus, but I hadn't ridden the metro at that point, that is a story for another day, but it is crazy! There are 34 million people in this city!
This was outside of some... really cool building, but I don't remember what it was. Just know if was really cool.
This was a museum of torture. It didn't seem like an appealing place to go, but my dad keeps on telling me I need to go back and see it. I'd rather not pay to see things that would make me cringe.
This was some sort of school that was in a really cool old building that some sort of school or college was in.
We were trying to break some of our change in order to get some coins to take the bus and ran into a bunch of children getting out of school.
There was this cool mirror that looked up to the ceiling that was so beautiful. It was elaborate and and incredible. The picture doesn't even begin to do it justice. Someone had a good idea to try to take a picture with our faces and the ceiling in the reflection of the mirror.
Fun times in "el centro!"
Carson, Ale, and I all served in the same mission and here were, all in Mexico! We went to get churros before Carson left to return to the states. We had our own little mini mission reunion at "Churros Reyenos." BTW, the churros here are amazing. They are stuffed with all sorts of amazing things. Mmmm!
Slack-lining, brought from the states. I was pretty good at staying up (as long as I was holding someone's hand on either side). This was in the bosque on the edge of the CCM. (translation: bosque= forest, CCM= MTC)
Independence day is this weekend here in Mexico. I am excited to see how they celebrate here in Mexico.