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... identify very well their customers and go where they go.
César also mentioned that the product that he sells the most is the Mezcal, and Yalina sells the blouses. But, in the other hand, he doesn't sell the clay craft that well and in Yalina's case she struggles selling her "rebozos" (shawls), and of course, I had to ask why? To which César said that he thinks it is a lack of culture and understanding of what it takes
... there was only one which felt right which we purchased for £4.29.
Our time in Mexico City ended up being very sociable, meeting up with a few people we had met in Oaxaca and meeting some new faces. We met up with Norm, the guy we did the cooking class with in Oaxaca, for the day to explore more of our local area. He had scoped out a few highly rated taco joints and sampled one of them; Hola Taco. Norm had spent a period of time in Scotland, so ...
I got up early having not slept and went to breakfast. A nice girl I'd spoke to the night before advised me to take the tour to teotihaucan as she had been the day before. I wasn't feeling particularly decisive so appreciated the push towards an idea. So I quickly went down to reception and booked onto the tour that would leave at 9am. There wasn't anyone going from my hostel but I was lucky to meet ...
... later on carousel 18. Did not have to put my stuff through any further scanning so out into the public area.
The pilot said the temperature was 18C. Since -18C was not out of the ordinary over the last several weeks, the roughly 64F difference was happily apprciated.
Scoped out exchange rates. The best I saw was 11.5 pesos to the Canuck buck. I exchanged $400.00 Cdn for 4,600 Mexican pesos. I may need to exchange a bit more down the road.
During our first night at the wrestling with Jose, he pointed out that on Sunday nights the Lucha Libre wrestling is held at Arena Coliseo which is only a few hundred meters up from our hotel, we enjoyed the show so much we thought we should go again, this time in the smaller venue just up the road. Once we got up and had breakfast we took a walk to see where the arena was and to buy tickets. I could see it from our hotel window so I lead us in the direction I thought ...