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... or keep them closed and lay in itch-free humidity? It was a long sweaty night...I hate mosquitos.
The next morning, after waking up in my sauna, a swim in the Pacific sounded awesome. Fortunately I went into the hostel for some coffee first. Also drinking coffee were Alistaire and Oriana, a couple that were here to do a televised report on how Zihuatanejo had the most polluted body of water in the world. If I'd ...
... offer you food, drinks, souvenirs, or boats containing a mariachi band (nearly spilling over)! The place is home to typical Mexican legends and ghost stories and is not just a popular place for tourists but for locals too, especially on weekends. These canals with their ecosystem were declaired World Heritage Site in 1987.
Like I've mentioned in a previous blog, I've been suggested to have my soul "cleansed" more than once, and ...
... the morning;Leaving San Miguel, we retraced our steps somewhat to spend a bit more time in the interior at Guanajuato (GTO, for short) where Joan had a place to stay with friends from the Spanish school in San Miguel. Before reaching GTO we made a couple of stops in Delores Hidalgo looking at some of the fine and colourful earthenware that is produced in this area. With very animated colors, I find this ...
... where he grew up, then served (still very young) as a medic in the Vietnam (or should I say American) war. After that he's had (and still has) a successful career as an artist. Luckily for me he is also into photography and so not only gives me good advice in general,but also regarding photography and editing.
An incredibly kind person, with a smart brain and a mischievious soul who encourages me with my creativity. A man who encourages me in so ...
... local dish, a soup made from nixtamalized corn (nixtamalization is a process to prepar the grain), usually with shreds of pork or chicken, served with vegetables, avocado, and corn tortillas on the side. You can have it mild or spice it up your own taste. 33 pesos (approximately 2.55 USD) a bowl and it is enough to feed a big fat Aztec warrior.
Have a couple of beers before returning back to the flat, light a mosquito coil and fall ...