Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Mexico 6: Cuernavaca

Cuernavaca, a city in between Acapulco and Mexico City. It has the nickname 'City of eternal spring', because the city enjoys a consistent temperature of 27 Celsius throughout the year. Although 27 Celsius sounds more like summer than spring, it is nevertheless the place where Mexicans visit during the colder winter months in Mexico City.

Apparently, these souvenir shops are aplenty everywhere. Bargaining is a must when dealing with the stall owners, who most probably know very little English and only Spanish. The universal language is either a hand signs or the calculator.



The beautiful architecture of Mexico.

Some artifacts of the Aztecs in the museum of Cuernavaca.

The map of the colonial world drawn by the Spanish. Most of the mapping details are fairly accurate except that Baja California is a peninsula instead of an island as portrayed in the map.

The ancient buildings too precious to be upgraded.

The aerial view of Cuernavaca.

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Anonymous dev! said...

u must have not bought anything from them. roru-kurasu...

20/6/07 12:38  

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