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... van again and headed further down the road for lunch. Finally we could see the pyramids. Amazing. I ordered a massive dish of which I can't recall the name but it had beef, pork & chicken in it. It was delicious. But too much for me to finish. While we were eating we were entertained by a young man with his guitar. He sang a number of songs only one of which I knew. LA BAMBA! It was fantastic. So after eating I got up and had a little dance. The group thought I was hilarious. ...
... We made our way around a lot quicker because most of the stuff we had seen and we were only stopping to see the good stuff. In the snake enclosure we saw some pretty incredible snakes, like the Burmese python and the anaconda. There were lots of rattle snakes and turtles but I was surprised they had no Australian snakes considering we have some of the deadliest in the world. We went back to a few enclosures where we couldn't see the animal the day before ...
... mix but was fun and cool. The Frida house didn't really have anything of Frida's and was hosting another artist's work so we didn't spend much time there. After this, we drove around the nearby streets to see the houses - the houses or mansions in this area are beyond beautiful. I would love to live here. I wonder how much they cost? Supposedly the houses here are more expensive than Polanco but I wonder if thats to do with size rather than being more expensive on a per ...
... and flip-flops. We walked to the beautiful Plaza de Santa Maria, where we called at El Globo bakery for breakfast. We shared a toasted ham and cheese sandwich, and also stocked up on some croissants and muffins for lunch, before paying $50 for a taxi to Terminal Norte bus station. Here we paid $36 each for a bus ticket to Teotihuacán. The journey took just less than an hour, and when we arrived we paid $57 each for a ticket to see what was formerly ...
... bread items. I grab the one with the chocolate in the middle and I only think, as I am eating it, I bet this is better warmed because then the chocolate will melt much better. But it is still decent.
After I get another presentation of all of the personal teachers, etc in the entire school (but this time with pictures). And a few other things. I asked a different person to translate because I didn´t want Jen to do all the translating. I am noticing that this ...
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