La Casa Del Barrio
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... very very manly "woman" army cargo pants and all vs a very very heavy lady in tight spandex who liked to shake her ass, much to the delight of the crazy mexican crowd, chubby lady won
final round was 8 person tag team including 2 midgits... midgit fighting is awesome!
... fact that it is plagued with bad publicity, and danger from narcos… to be fair we did see quite a few bullet holes along the way... but I really loved Monterrey and was impressed with how the new modern developments didn’t take away from Monterrey the beauty and the culture which makes this city so unique.
Now for an unbelievable week in Los Cabos!
Beautiful first day in Los Cabos. Until next time… Lots of Fenton loving, Kim ...
... museum ahead of the crowds. Even so it still took us about 1.5 hours to get there. It really reminded me of travelling in London. The Tren Ligera is a bit like the Docklands light railway and the rest of the metro system is really like the London underground and just as busy.
We had arranged to meet Ellen, another girl from England, outside the museum and felt quite relieved that she was waiting for us despite us being ...
... him excited! At a location in another hotel behind the Fortress there were a half dozen empty Tecate beer cans, Peter noting that I had obviously been there: that's Explore humour. We also went down to the fairly fast moving El Fuerte River, the same one that was crossed by the longest bridge on El Chepe. Alan thought Peter's line should be something like 'I should take a picture but I can't be bothered'.
Back after 1100, downloading the pix ...
... that leaves you astounded at the wars, battles and invasions that occupy so much of Mexico's history. Nowadays the battleground is in the north where drug cartels fight each other and the federal authorities. It's very similar to what happened to Colombia in the 80s and there'll be a lot more masacres and killings before there's peace. Fortunately, we're heading in the opposite direction.