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Here I am, first day of the trip. I’ve changed the itinerary
a million times in my head within the past year and up to December I was bent
on starting in Tijuana and making my way down to Ushuaia. I had been to Tijuana before and I was
fascinated by that border, the busiest in the world, with its immense
contrasts. I also …
Somehow it doesn't feel right to just start posting without making a proper introduction to this blog. And from this point of view the configuration of Travelpod doesn’t help much: who I am, what I want, where do I go, title of the blog, picture of the blog, blah blah. I’m surely in no mood to write much about myself after all those …
... Admittedly i have really lucked out with staying with Sarah, but i enjoy the city and the people have been so friendly. I like the 'vibe' here without sounding like a damn hippy. It shares the attitude i enjoy in North America....a bit more...go and do it rather than 'who do you think you are?'
Anyway, so far, so good. My plan is to head to Oaxaca after the weekend and get my culture on before heading to the beach....aaaaaahhhh me gusta la playa!!!!
... mustard, even the effort from Heinz.
7) Vegetables. It hasn't been a problem everywhere, but most of the countries I've been to don't really 'do' greens. If you're extra lucky, maybe you'll get a grimey lettuce leaf and a slice of tomatoe with that steak, or perhaps in your vegetable soup you might be the beneficiary of one slice of carrot and two chunks of courgette. Oh how I long for the day when I can saunter into Tesco express and debate whether to ...
... so we justgave up, got some free soda and free chicken stock (not sure why) and went home.
On the way to the metro, we passed a tent full of old mexicans dancing. And a couple showing off in the publics eye.
Obligatory toilet story:
In mexico, it seems that when you pay for entry to a toilet (4 pesos, approx 20p) you get the toilet paper handed to you on your way in. Be careful, you only get one allocation, and ...