Casa de la Noche
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... Monday, Wednesday and Friday and an architectural walking tour once a month. Both are led by volunteers and worth taking. The small fee they charge goes to support their programs for local children, an after school education program and a program to finance children who need dental/eye medical attention. (Mexico's health care will pay for any surgery but this program pays for transportation to get to the surgical center and other related expenses that could mean no surgery ...
... around any more.. I was there once, two years ago.. And I am sure that I did not meet those two people when I was there (maybe not - my memory is not always 100%).. They must have just seen me there - once, two years ago..
They were very nice people - they seemed like very nice people - I sort of wonder if I got to know them better, if they would still seem like nice people - or would they really be monsters
... on the buses with the Mexicans, I am a man of the people...
I do take a taxi from the big grocery store, the Mega, to my place,
about once a week when I make my major grocery purchases...
I have decided that it is worth the 30 peso's ($2.40) to avoid the long walk
and struggle home (about 2 kilometers) through the streets of San Miguel
with heavy bags of groceries...
In San Miguel, if a taxi cab driver receives 3 phoned ...
... salon) cut some layers into Caroline's long hair and straightened it; she looked adorable! Thomas was cooperative and looks much better with his hair out his eyes. Afterwards, we lunched at Ten Ten Pie and walked home from Centro.
Angelica babysat tonight. It was a girls' night.. Stacy and I went to the Nail Lounge for manicures and then drove back into town.. we walked to dinner at La Parada, best Peruvian food in town. We laughed and had a great time!
Late dinner.. we ended up at Tio Lucas, a steakhouse on Mesones, as Andrew had heard it was a great Mexican joint. Well.. it was fantastic, but no Mexican food here! Andrew was a bit surprised, but it was a delicious meal of steak. This great evening only improved by meeting Max, son of the restaurant's owner, who talked to us for awhile. He was incredibly generous with the mescal even though claiming to be a Scotch drinker himself.