Fiesta Americana Santa Fe Hotel
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... I was embarrassed for being sick and upset that our planned trip to the pyramids was cancelled (obviously) but really, the best thing I could have done today was rest, and I did. And I feel so much better now.
That's really all I have for today. I learned that maybe I don't have the stomach I thought I had, and I learned to listen to my body. I am so grateful to Alberta Blue Cross travel insurance that made it easy to access ...
After some simple brekky, we wandered the streets surrounding the Zocalo which is one of the world's largest public squares. The afternoon was spent visiting, cathedral, art museum, Frida Kahlo museum which was her home converted and the costumes were really interesting. The handicraft market at San Angel was disappointing. On the way back we stopped by a food stall and had yummy soft tacos. That night we went to this cool Jazz ...
... it re his hips from yesterday. When I suggested he might change his mind if Suzie was staying behind, he became a tad tongue tied.
Left at 0907. Sid shortly turned around to give the day's drill, including after dinner 'getting rid of the Mexican'. He suggested we were spending 2H with the butterflies which seemed long. He's got a great sense of humour. I don't think he should have added a tip re the hotel's meals. At day's end, it is still discretionary.
... and orange juice we've found so far during our travels.
Alfonso helped us a lot, not only with learning a few words of Spanish but he told us about some of the best places to go and how to get there without us having to book into a tour. He gave us a few maps of the town and excellent direction. When we discussed our future travel plans with him, he emailed a friend of his who lives close to the southern border of Mexico so that we ...
... and friends.
Zicatela is renowned in surfing circles as Mexican Pipeline. Known as much for big swells and large barrels as for breaking boards and bones. Whilst we never got the promised big swell that was always a few days away it was a consistent three foot.
Paddling out for the first time was a little intimidating. Even at three feet the waves had immense power with full stand-up barrels breaking in less than a foot ...