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Day 271 Ben somehow timed his run badly today and had to wait for an age to cross the busy, rush hour Reforma. We made pizza dough so headed out a little later than we had intended. Today Fabian introduced us to a Uruguayan friend of his. On the bus, the driver had a gigantic crucifix attached to the front windscreen. There were two singer-guitarists onboard. They were incredible. It's good to see musicians of real quality busking. We made a ...
... There are many legends about these games some even suggesting that opponents had their lives at stake if they didn't win the match. I was excited to spot a mot mot in the grounds of the ruins. These birds have amazing multi-coloured plumage so It's a good job they invented the digital camera otherwise I would have used up a lot of film trying to get the perfect picture! Vallodalid also gave us the opportunity to cool off in some of the areas many cenotes. These giant sink ...
... keep an eye on it and another wasn't quick enough as she whipped a cloth over the top of her bucket only to be stopped by a firm grip on her arm and bucket. I heard her trying to argue and give excuses to get out of it but the policeman was having none of it and led her off through the crowds as the other vendors recovered their products and went straight back to selling again.
It was time for me to go meet up with Norma, a friend I had known back in my days of living in ...
... about the show since it was close to show time and the 17,000 seater arena was pretty empty. All good, Mexicans like to be fashionably late. As the matches progress, the crowds get bigger. It is pretty good entertainment - all completely fake but still good to watch. For big guys, the wrestlers are pretty quick on their feet and at times acrobatic. I don't care if the falls are fake but if someone kicks you in the gut from flying off the ring that would still hurt. We are seated near ...
... which felt like I was climbing Mount Everest Jesus a few days away from fitness it's going to be a long few years. Was rewarded with a fantastic view over the city and near by beaches. Headed down and headed towards diamond head grill a typical American hole in the wall restaurant then proceeded to the beach it felt like years away from where I was staying fancy shops restaurants etc walked up and down and had a snooze in the park. ...
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