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Today started off great. I awoke on this cloud of a bed, fully rested, and thinking about what I had just dreamed. To my surprise, I had been lucid dreaming, which is when you are fully aware of your dream and in full control of it. Let me tell you, it's one of the most amazing experiences you can have. Especially when your dream involves flying. At first, it was hard to fly, and I had trouble staying on course. I was flying through a small town, and was headed ...
... stunning.Due to the windy roads and stopping to take pics, it took me about two hours to do the first 60 miles, hence only 178 all day.
At one point a large lizard (about 15 inches long) walked across the road in front of me but by the time I stopped he had scarpered. The first one.
Again, I passed a number of army convoys but there were no checkpoints today.
As I drove ...
... we did have a short break but with neither of us attending any school in over a decade we were out of practice with thinking for hours at a time, as bad as that sounds. But we both did really well and surprised ourselves with how much we learnt. We also did a bit of work on ordering food in a restaurant, which we've had trouble with in the past. All in all it was a great experience and I expressed interest in getting another lesson before we leave ...
... sunsets. I
have decided that this is actually my favourite place in Mexico, so far. It has
all the things I love about a seaside town without surrendering to massive commercialism.
It still has the feel of a small fishing village. There are no big chains, like
McDonalds or Subway and the vendors do not charge exorbitant prices just
because you are a tourist. I know it was the place where my handbag was stolen
last time, but that was down to my ...
... came downstairs and told us we were not allowed to go upstairs for thirty minutes, while our bedroom aired out.
Mid-morning, we ventured out to explore our new neighborhood. We found a little “hole in the wall” place for breakfast – eggs, potatoes, black beans, and freshly made corn tortillas. The kids and I enjoyed our hot drinks, a cloudy, sweet, oatmeal-flavored water. Leah was in heaven with her coffee. The woman who owned ...