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... mostly it's blocked out by small resorts.
Got to Hotel Real del Monte (sounds impressive, but it's not - $17/night). Again, I think they gave me the worst room: it's right next to a metal working business; and there's a church on my side of the hotel, where (I've since found out) the church bell rope is available for anyone to pull at ...
... some bananas, that's it. We visited with Martin's neighbors along the way, met Gato's parents and returned for coffee and cake. While I practiced the Mexican life by sitting outside watching the people and traffic, saying "Buenas Dias" to everybody, Israel pulled up so I went with him to pick up smoke supplies and then to his shoe factory. We had a nice visit. Martin came by, saying it was time to go to The Pyramids. Ok. I'm game.
Of in the car we go, five of ...
... under the direction of Rodrigo Leal sang several pieces ending with "Feliz Navidad" Probably the most heart warming piece was played by 10 year old Brian who has on been receiving violin lessons from Daniel Medeles for one year. Brian chose "More" from "Mondo Cane" as his solo piece. Leroy Anderson's "Sleigh Ride" complete with soloist Diego Medeles on sleigh bells seemed to be the crowd ...
... centre to visit the market, reputed to be the largest in Mexico. It certainly is huge, and packed with Gucci and Versace handbags at a few pesos each!
Just as I had predicted at the outset, we returned to the shoe stores, so now we are both well shod for the next few months!
Lucy got up really early the next day so we could have a nice breakfast before leaving to the airport. What an ...
... 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!!