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Around the World: Mexico City

Today was my last day in Mexico City, I will leave this night, and so I spent part of the morning doing my luggages and then I thought, well, nothing complicated, I will take a sightseeing tour that leaves near my hotel. While I was walking to the plaza, I started to see angels...



well, my hotel is in the Pink Zone (Zona Rosa), that was not since it was the gay neighboorhood, but since it was not enough "hard" to be the Red Zone; recently indeed the LGBT community took over the zone, but still seeing angels on the street is not normal. Then I arrived at the plaza, and this was supposed to be my bus:



and then I realized that, without knowing it, I was witnessing to the Mexico City Gay Pride Parade :-)














































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