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... a no brainer to me.
This should be an interesting trip for me as it follows the most tumultuous time of my life with my divorce, selling a home, and moving into a new one just one week ago. So, if anyone needs a vacation right now it's me, right?
I am also looking forward to seeing how I enjoy my experience as a backpacker at this stage of my life. Sure I've done more low ...
... ll be pleased to hear), and murals by Diego Rivera etc in public buildings.
6. The metro. Efficient, quick and only 3 cents a ride. Pretty crowded at rush hour though.
Some vignettes from Mexico:
- Two cops leaning against their riot shields while they check their smartphones.
- Young man walking down the street carrying his 1/2 life sized Virgin Mary statue.
- At Xochimilco ...
Antway, I'm jumping ahead of myself. We have 4 weeks of touring the island and the first stop is Havana...Havana baby, can't beleive it I'm going to Havana. I'd better learn the two step, or Salsa, or some kind of bum shuffle that cuts it on the dance floor. Should have checked out Youtube before I left. Ah well, watch the locals closely and sweep julie off her feet...safer that way before my two left feet trample her ballet toes.
See you in ...
... had the green sauce. Whew...my nose was running away from me.
So after school, Jen's boyfriend took us to Walmart. We had to go to the HSBC bank and Jen had to pay her deposit for rent. And while Hilson, her boyfriend and I were figuring out the packing the car situation, he accidentally locked his keys in the trunk of the car. Guess where the spare was, no where near us. Yup, that's right back up all those hills. So he ran home and Jen and I luckly had no bags to ...
... die ersten Pyramiden auf unserer Tour besichtigt haben.
Den Rest habe ich aus Wiki kopiert:
Teotihuacán ist eine ehemalige Stadt im mexikanischen Bundesstaat México. Die heutige Ruinenstätte liegt in der Nähe der heutigen Stadt San Juan Teotihuacán mit etwa 45.000 Einwohnern und befindet sich etwa 45 Kilometer nordöstlich von Mexiko-Stadt.
Das Stadtgebiet war bereits seit dem sechsten vorchristlichen Jahrhundert ...
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