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... area after 8pm, and I was wondering why all the shops and restaurants there had already closed and the public fountains had been shut off. She told me that no one goes into this district after 8pm because it is considered as unsafe after dark. Well, good thing I had a local guide ;) At some park corner we stopped for just a few seconds to watch the rest of a clown show that had attracted a few spectators. I had just wanted to ...
... that if it happens again that same magazine won’t be used as a hammer.
There’s a midnight mass tonight that I considered attending but thought better of it as I don't to walk the 2 miles home at 2AM. But it’s my first Semana Santa in Latin America and I didn’t come here to drink tequila and hang out with only gringos.
That said, it’s been great to begin my journey in these parts with English speaking
... birthday, so stopped off at a shopping mall to give him his present, and stayed in the restaurant with the whole family for a little bit. One of the birthday traditions there is to slam the kids faces down in to the cake when they blow to make a wish – fantastic stuff, and something that definitely needs to be incorporated back home!
Family is really important in Mexico. Sometimes the families are quite large, but they often like to get together on a ...
... to regain control of their country.
Once again, we are pleased to report that all is well, and that we are happy, healthy and safe. We continue to meet some friendly people and see some of the most breath-taking scenery in the world. We would hope that things will someday change for this country and that foreigners will once again know that it is safe to visit. They have so many wonderful things to share with the rest of the world.
Adios and blessings to you all!!
... so we could store our meat purchases for the ride home) and gave us a chance to see the city of some 6,000,000 people.
We had 38 Expats on the bus, who typically go once a month for their grocery restock program. The complex where we were dropped off included Sears, Best Buy, Sam's Club, Costco, Mega (Grocery) and a bunch of others.
The Galleria Mall was top drawer, all the high end designer shops ...