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... diving school instructors’ house to get some alcohol into our systems. From there on we continued to a Bar & Restaurant where I had a very late dinner and was introduced to Peanut Butter Tequila. That is some pretty crazy stuff, tastes very strange in the beginning, but it grows on you like so many things. He would not share the recipe, but I guess it was just tequila with peanut butter thrown into a mixer and given a good whirl. Might try that myself later :)
... and the city behind, as the sun starts to arrive and we encounter our first toll on the 400 highway heading west to Monterrey, our first of around 3000 pesos of tolls, at 40 to 200 pesos each, sometimes coming fast and furious.
True to form, I am leaving these diatribes short and sweet, but more excitement is on the way along the little travelled road of the 40/400 heading west and south towards Mazatlan.
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Its all good! ...
... a water park that we stay in every time we come this way. It has hook up for RVs. We stayed at Chris and Juan's for 4 days in Monterrey, They had a really nice place for us to park the motor home and Chris took us all over the city. Juan cooked a great meal and we had so much fun.
Today we were just casually chilling on our terrace when suddenly all hell broke loose around us, or respectively in the mountains close by. Luckily we were spared and stayed dry, and therefore we all had our cameras out to take some pictures. It took me about 250 pictures, but I managed to snap a few lightnings as well ...
Because we realized that we had not yet been to the center of Monterrey since that one rushed time we went during the introduction week, we decided to visit it again. This time with the intention to go to the Museo de Historia Mexicana - the museum of Mexican history.
We, in this case, were Georg, Hannes, Anna, me and Jorge, a Mexican who had studied together with Georg in Germany for a year.
We all got onto a bus that brought us directly to the center, from there we ...