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Hey there!! So, sorry I haven't written in almost a week! However, not too much has transpired. We left our hotel in Mexico City and drove to Guadalajara, arriving on Monday or Tuesday night (I think it was Tuesday). Thennnnnn, on Wednesday was my 24th birthdayyyyyyy. Mom, Dad, Madeleine, Nana, and Grandad sent me a beautiful bouquet of flowers to my hotel!! Also, Elaine and Jorge gave me a gift bag full of goodies! So sweet and thoughtful! During that day, ...
... gave one girl my autograph and I couldn't see what I had written on the paper!! But, this shows that they are at least excited and interested in what we do, or at least, they are having fun by asking strangers dressed up in 1500's Italy costumes to take a picture with them. Inbetween the first and second show, I talked with some of the English teachers who organized the event. We were having a grand time! One lady was telling me to not use the subways ...
... several hotels in the inner city. Elephant was in need of an oil change and, therefore, an oil filter. Despite the size of this industrial megalopolis navigating to the place was relatively easy thanks to a good freeway and ring-road system and we pulled up outside the front door late on Saturday morning. I went looking for the oil filter and returned to find Jo and Elephant surrounded by interested riders and staff with Jo answering questions in English, Spanish and ...
Disclaimer: This Journey is based on my vantage point and all people mentioned here with their actions, are in good humour. No Animals were Harmed.
Friday,31st August, salary ka din, shaam ko 7 baje chawl me pahuchkar, goggles,jacket,
t shirts aur saare zarooree saamaan dhoondne lage, mai aur Kumud
awashti. bhai ne 20 min me ghee waale tadke ke khichdi banayee. Mujhe ...
... fruit trees and gardens everywhere and the hugest tallest bamboo i have ever seen and lots of people make stuff out of it like car ports and fences and terraces.
the mama cooked us really good food and sergio met us in town in his car at like 2 am when we were lost. people pay hundreds to visit places like this. we paid nothing. couchsurfing.org.
and thanks to everyone who is kind and open and honest and trusting enough to help and befriend total strangers. its a very good thing.