BEST WESTERN Cumbres Aeropuerto
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... to ascend 8000 feet and we were not going to do it quickly! Thinking back on the journey and I remember that the scenery was relentless, the kind of scenery that you marvel at but then we had already been on the train for 4 or so hours and you can only look at it for so long and be amazed! I remember getting an almost instant feeling of regret when reading my book or when we had some food in the buffet car (overpriced but of a reasonable standard). ...
... most of the really good parties and social events in Jeddah, and gave the rest of us infadels something fun to do on the weekends. These days she's teaching in Mexico City, so it was a short flight for her. But she was getting in at 8pm, so I had a few hours to kill.
One thing I wanted to do was check out Pancho Villa's house-slash-museum. It was hidden in an odd part of town, but surprisingly, my GPS ...
... to dress up to go to, a place to be seen in. I'm sure my flip-flops and hippy pants left everyone in awe ;)
I barely made a dent in my food but we worked our way through a couple of cajuamas (giant beers) while discussing the perils and perks of cross-cultural dating and kept one eye on the football game blaring out from giant tv screens. Caro and her roomie joined us as the evening set in and we went for a coffee in ...
... out. I was to scared to try ask for a ride, or even look up from the road. I just kept my head down and walked about half of the way, where I came to a junction and noticed a church vehicle.
Knowing that it would be dark and unsafe by the time I got back into the centre, I flagged the guy from the Church down, and attempted to explain what had happened, and he could see I was pretty distressed by the situation, so let me jump in, and returned back towards the town. ...
... still in use, but definitely minimum security. I am told that the real prison is further out of town.
I also got to see the church of the Sacred Heart. It's a very nice church, with all the requisite stained glass. One thing I've never seen before is that in the corner, there was a rack of ribbons. Many of them had messages for the saint that the rack was nearby, and I'm guessing that the blank ones had messages mentally spoken when ...