I went to bed at 4:30am, so very very sleepy…but I woke up at 8am, then Cristina took me to bus terminal and said good bye..
I wish I could stay here more…but I guess I may come here again!! 😀
I took the bus, Primera Plus for N381$(about 26USD) to Mexico city.
They gave me this snack for passenger.
The bus left at 9:30am, then arrived at Mexico city on 2:30pm, after 5 hours bus left.
Then I went to Horacio, couch host house though…
there is a problem..
I wanted to stay his house for 1 night, but tomorrow is the national holiday of Mexico, so the subway will started from 7am…
My flight to LA is on 8am, so I have to be there on 6am,,, it means I have to take taxi but the price is double price of normal day.. so I decided to go to airport tonight to stay for tonight.
So just I let my baggage on his house, then I go to center to buy souvenir 😀
Wow, today is a independence day, so there are a lot of shop on the pedestrian street.
I went to the shop that I went last time,
I bought these 😀
All together for N355$(about 27USD)
I went back home around getting dark,
Paola, Italian girl who is a room mate of Horacio made Pasta for me*
Thank you very much!!
Then I did laundry and took shower, I left house before 11pm.
I went to airport by subway.
When I arrived there, it already midnight though, I walked around to find a place to sleep.
Then I found the place many people are sleeping! There are bath room near there too!
Here is the sleeping place tonight.
It’s long time I sleep in the airport….ah? I slept at airport in Las Vegas.
Well, the last day in Mexico is finished~.
I came to Mexico because my Japanese friend recommended to come here.
But everyone said Mexico is super dangerous now.
So I actually was scared to come here.
But when I come here, very nice country, super nice Mexican people, so I like Mexico very much now!!
And very safe so far!!!
It’s just a border where is a dangerous place.
Inside of Mexico is super nice, even Mexico city.
I really enjoyed Mexico and wanna come back here again to travel around more!!!
Muchas gracias, Mexico!!!