Camino Real Santa Fe Mexico
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... a sexual contagion but he had us in stiches.
he wrote on a yakka frond then peeled the top layer off. It was like a parchment. Very clever.
Back to mexico city for our last night.
Xxxx - moo n bray
Ann n Jeff
ps the decoration on top of our tour guides head is all her hair. It is just about down to the ground rastafarian style.
just a couple of things I forgot to mention ...
After getting the main attraction in Mexico city done we had a few days to roam around and see what else it had to offer. It turns out there's quite a lot. The city is made up of modern high rise buildings mixed up with historic colonial Spanish buildings which makes it very photogenic and good to explore. As mentioned previously Mexicans are strong catholics and the city includes one of the holiest places of worship to people in central/south America. The lady ...
... sold – gold and silver in arcades off the cathedral, shoe shops a block behind, fabric shops in the adjacent street etc. Even department stores huddle together! Stopped at a shoe shop, Anne bought 2 pairs of heeled sandals, an alternative to thongs. We'd been told a Mexican winter is like Sydney, but it is much warmer. We stopped in at the cathedral and saw a procession of locals hoisting larger-than-life sized puppets of the Holy Family, ...
... from the outside, but the real treat was inside. Once we passed through the gates (admission was free but you needed to hand over an identification card for access, which you picked up again at the exit) we went into a beautiful patio with a fountain, open to the sky (as many buildings here are), and then up a set of stairs to be faced with a triptych mural painted by Diego Rivera that depicts the history ...
Arrival. Smooth. Suave.
Word of the Day!
En Espanol: Aaron... Pronounced- Ahhh-rone
English: Aaron... Pronounced- Ahr-on
I figured I'd start with my own name as the word of the day, because I didn't even know how to say it correctly here. Don't worry, a tenacious little nun quickly told me how as I tried to introduce myself. Well, this is an adjustment. A little pride cometh before a little fall...