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Chilangolandia! Awebo!!!!!! Great pics of an incredible city.
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Oh f*ck yes! Great city, great photos. Muy bien!
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Living for these photos. Definitely one of my top 3 favorite cities in the world.
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Classy tour, thanks Teakwood.
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Great thread, very atmospheric and interesting photos of a truly fascinating, exhausting, amazing city.
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A wonderfully different kind of tour. Haven't been there since 1986. Don't know if I could handle it today as I have COPD, and with the air quality and altitude, don't know if I want to risk it. I love all of Mexico, Central and South America.
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Living for these photos. Definitely one of my top 3 favorite cities in the world.
Thank you! Mine too.


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i want to live there.
So do it. It is quite affordable. Although it is definitely a necessity to speak SOME Spanish....


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Classy tour, thanks Teakwood.
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Great thread, very atmospheric and interesting photos of a truly fascinating, exhausting, amazing city.
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Excellent thread......full of charm.
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A wonderful thread.
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so rad
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A wonderfully different kind of tour. Haven't been there since 1986. Don't know if I could handle it today as I have COPD, and with the air quality and altitude, don't know if I want to risk it. I love all of Mexico, Central and South America.
Thank you! Yes, the air quality is an issue. Moreso than that, if you have trouble breathing, the altitude plays a bigger role. The whole city starts a mile and a half up, and only gets higher.
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