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... including Larry). The restrooms were decorated in a very interesting way (see the pictures).
That evening we had thunderstorms and rain - a little unusual for this time of year. But we Northerners appreciate a little cooler weather. It was around 78F for the last few days.
Next evening, the Caravan treated us to a night out - dinner and show. It was a variety show of Mexican folk singing ...
... hired a guide and a train of pomonarias for a tour of the city. The guide was very good. He gave us some good history of the city as well as tips for good restaurants and places to see. We walked through the old town and the market which we were happy to visit again. Our last stop was at a street lined with vendors selling fresh shrimp. Larry was in his glory! That night we feasted on shrimp and tomales bought at the market.
... more keenly aware of a mother's profound love as I witness Lauri's growing love and excitement for the little seed growing in her daughter-in-law's womb. Her deep love for her son has transcended the need to know anything more about the little seed than its connection to her son and through him, its connection to her. Its not just excitement for a new baby, it's more personal than that. I watch and listen to her in astonishment and I envy how easily and freely this ...
... and animated. He was making tortillas and heating them on a metal lid that looked like a trash can lid over a wood fire between some bricks on the ground. He loved talking about his cooking and how he loves to make tortillas from scratch. He said the boss came over and brought a woman with him, and told us how he hid his tortilla press from plain view out of shame and verguenza for being a man who makes tortillas and likes to cook. I told him it was something ...
... morning. First stop was the obligatory jewellery store...not to shop you understand...but rather to wait for the tour company to collect the day's customers from all over the city....the cruise ships....all-inclusives and those time-share resorts....and bring them to one place where they divide them up into various vans for the different tours people have purchased....it just "happens" to be a jewellery store!! So while we waited Deb found [actually, Tom found for me! - D] ...