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... a big shopping mall close to her university, where our meeting spot was. That’s how it came that I met up with Mariam, and together we had a wonderful time that unfortunately only lasted for 2h, as she had to head back to class for an exam. But she told me a lot about local culture, food and language. I really hope that we get to meet again. And once again I met another awesome person through couchsurfing, and under ...
... with some tonal inflections and involuntary facial contortion, I suppose very much like Curly from the Three Stooges, all the while trying to appear unfazed, lest he see my fear.
Eye I’d him up (see what I did there?) for about 5 minutes and wasn’t sure what to do. He showed up pretty quickly and I wasn’t sure how fast he could move. For that moment he was just looking at me and I didn’t want to let him out of my sight. The ...
... Elizabeth’s mum, also called Elizabeth.
First stop: Food. Guadalajara has a few local specialities I was keen to try out. First on the list the Torta Ahogada, which literally translates as Drowned Sandwich. Pretty much a heart attack in a bun, this was seriously impressive stuff, and would make the perfect hangover cure, however for once I was largely off the beer and actually felt super low on energy after the illness i’d had in Puerto ...
... coming and know that you will pay top dollar for what you need.
On a security note, I need to say that I am quite impressed with the intense police and military activity that is going on in Mexico. The country has gone through some major and extreme changes with the training and certification of their police force. The government is trying to do away with the old image of the underpaid, dishonest old-fashioned police officers and replace them with these ...
... an "alarm clock app" for my iPhone and set the clock for 5:30 rise and shine. On schedule we got ourselves out of bed, walked down the "back way" - and with a little prodding, Deb consented to try the "local" bus so that we didn't have to walk to the pickup spot in Ajijic which would normally have been a 20 minute walk. So for 6P each, about $0.48 we got to ride to with the locals.
We arrived an hour early (which ...