Fiesta Inn Periferico Sur
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... The murals were fascinating and gave us a new appreciation for the form. The works in 'Bellas Artes' are tumultuous in subject and feature many a scene that is stressful to look at. Many are even fairly depressing in their depictions of violence. There were some splendid Diego Rivera murals. Generally, the artists seemed keen to put across a political message, with the oppression of working classes an oft-repeated ...
... and guacamole. They always bring a platter of sauces when you sit down, and there is usually a green chunky sauce that is not spicy and with avocados, a bit like guacamole. While waiting for our food, I took a giant bite of that green sauce and it WAS spicy! Mark thought it was pretty funny, but ordered an horchata to tame the fire.
Ater that, we were pretty tired (it was a long day, lots of walking in the sun!) and took the subway home.
... in all it went well. The band added a few songs to the set-list to stretch it to 90 minutes. Awesome, except for the fact that I was having equipment failures. My viewfinder kept going out, I had a very touchy focus knob, and my zoom was really sensitive. My saving grace was that since the cameras we were using were so small, I was able to see over top of them to find my shot on the main screen when my camera was active.
Upon completing the show, ...
... exe since that's about 80cents (you can get these in Aus for 30cents). Its a refreshing treat as the heat turns up.
We now wander into the main tourist drag - Francisco I Made. Lots of people around and we feel like we're on Oxford St back in London. We find the local park - Alameda Central and find a shady spot to chill. In the pergola in front of us are four little teeny bops practising a dance routine (one which Hinesh would not approve of his daughter doing ha ha ha). ...
... in Mexico City but moved to Tasmania to do his PHD in aquaculture. He lived in Launceston for 5 years & during this time he was a member of the Embers (Stuie's band). Stu hadn't seen Leo for 5 years and was so excited to be seeing his old friend again but this time in his own country. I didn't know much about Leo other than they called him the crazy Mexican & within the first hour of meeting him I could see why. Leo was a barrel of laughs every minute. So ...