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Clash a l arrivee...apres le calme de Real, le retour a la civilisation fut dur! Du moins plus pour Max, qui s est enflamme 4 fois en moins de 2 heures! La premiere: Nous avons rate la station de bus pres du centre et nous sommes retrouve en banlieue !...La faute de "Regis" (notre co-voyageur invisible, qui se ramasse tous les reproches de Sandra …
We dive onto a yellow school bus at the ferry port; the lights are off inside and in the serenity of the dark, I sit looking out at the light reflected off the ocean as I nurse my over-filled day sack. We arrive at a ticket counter which apparently doubles as a bus station, and it feels like we're in the middle of nowhere. After asking quite a few …
As a quick little side trip on my way to Patzcuaro, I decided to check out the little town of Bernal, with its famed monolith that keeps vigil over the citizens. It was recently measured to be the tallest free standing rock in the world, beating Gibraltar by about ...
... about two hours. I drove the one and a half hours to San Miguel listening switching between my two choices- mariachi and 80’s music.
A few more notes from Laura:
Today, was not quite as eventful for me. After a quiet Sunday (in which we enjoyed brunch at Hotel Real de Minas with Kim Slote and her daughter, Kate and dinner at the Longhorn), I started planning our Halloween party for Thursday night. ...
... Diaz, and the assassination of several political leaders.
In 1913, Pancho Villa banded together a huge army which fought in favour of a new Constitution. After several years of fighting, a new president, Carranza, was sworn in and a new constitution was written up.
There were significant reforms to the labour laws and it provided for "equality in treatment without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, social or political conditions". ...
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