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... of Mexico. That evening Lucy had a few friends over and I tried to talk to them a little bit. It was fun to have so many people around and there was a cute little girl that spoke a little bit of English. The next afternoon I'd be meeting with my friends but I was happy to spend a little bit of time on my own and show myself that I could do this. I know it wasn't very long and that Mexico isn't super foreign but I felt proud of myself!
Day 2, also a success!
... really crowded, with about a 1/2 left until the dam opened. I decided my only option to see it well was to follow the example of everyone else and make my way up to the top of a wall. Luckily I found a good spot that didn't block anyone else's view. As I was standing there, I was amazed that the street vendors came up there and attempted to squeeze through to sell the food they had! There was definitely not space for that! While waiting, I started ...
... 8211; the father couldn’t have looked more miserable if he tried – clearly enjoying family life haha. Aside from that though, nothing particularly entertaining to write about, and for the first time in what feels like forever, actually relaxed!
After that, went to see what people called Mexico’s Sistine Chapel – which might have been a little bit older than some of the others, but looked pretty similar to me, then headed back to the centre ...
... rod that we now use.
Tuesday was the annual it's-really-hard-to-have-class-today day. In other words, the city, or maybe just the one particular church, was having it's annual celebration in honor of their patron saint, San Felipe, and the church is literally connected to the building the university's in. So, our teachers had to repeatedly hold their thoughts while we listened to rockets exploding over and over ...
... more often!
Georgina had recommended a cheap student restaurant near Casa de Diego Rivera that had both tasty and cheap food. At $35 pesos (less than 2 quid) for a 3-course meal, it really can't be beat! I opted for the tortilla soup for starters, steak and potatoes with rice for the main, and arroz de leche (cold rice pudding) for dessert. The portions were so big, that was both my lunch and supper sorted!
Roadworks were underway across the centro making ...