Holiday Inn Express Toluca
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... but it turned out ok.....Nothing a hat cant fix!!
Why Toluca??? Well in reality, when booking the flights many,many months ago in our London flat, with no idea about Mexico, or our plans for Central America, it was a cheap place to start!! And if im honest, it was a baptism of fire, learning a bit of spanish quickly or starving!! There is not much to see or do, but as a place to start, it wasnt a bad one. Next stop......Mexico City
... as Keith said one morning, "don't overdo things, take a break some time" :-) followed by wandering into town, continuously stopping to admire the many magnificent views with many more "WOW's", buying provisions for the next meal mixed with Keith’s fresh veggies. It may be the bottom of the canyon but we found everything to keep us happy - milk for our cereal, yoghurt, a few veggies and jalapeņos to add to Keith's freshly grown ones, and a few other bits and pieces, including ...
... go to Office Max, then Office Depot (and I donīt know why but these places are always closed to one another) and then mc donalds and wait for like 10 minutes for minibus which I probably could have gotten home in the same time of waiting and stuff and take the minibus home. And walk the rest of the way after I got off and an hour later Jen wants me to go places.
So I go. and I walk some more, and we walk to the end of this bus line 2 pesos for a larger ...
Today is a lazy day. I did work for school in analyzing my diagnostic results but really I slept and listened to some of my movies in Spanish.
Jen asked if I wanted to do stuff, but I was so tired from the day before, I figured a day of rest was necessary. So I declined. Apparently they went to watch a movie in the theater. I just stayed at home and made food.
My little ...
... a few for awhile, got some pictures, and hopefully earned myself an indulgence for later. As well, at night there was a reenactment of the sermon on the mount, and I caught my first glimpse of Mexican Jesus!
Friday was a big day. Still moderately chipper and alert at the puesto, but the big excitement was that today, Jesus and about 2 million other people were going to reenact the crucifixion. Alejandro and I ran ahead of the crowd to ...