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... Not overly impressive at all - so I got a huge slice of pizza from a street vendor on the way home! Delicious, and only $15 pesos (approx $1.00AUD) for the slice & a cup of soft drink. God, I'm such a cheap date!
Grabbing a bottle of red wine, tequilla, a bottle of Fresca (close to Lemonade) and some plastic cups, we headed up to the Mexiamora Plaza (just moments walk from our B&B), and in true Aussie bogan style, parked ourselves on a bench and had a ...
... car wreckage yards, few indicia of roadside carnage. At 1226, Carlos pointed out a 'canada' (with the mark above the n) to me, essentially a river gully. We are in some mountainous terrain, the roads twisting, El Bombero taking some corners I suspect too fast for some. Into the state of Guanajuato at 1229. Only 26k to go at 1232 but speed is at a premium in these conditions. 1241 loo break at Restaurant La Joya was welcome, leaving at 1248. The colour of the trees remind me ...
... the inexact measurements - that's just not Ana's way).
3 chicken breasts
1 kg hominy
about 2 dozen tostadas or similar - like an open taco shell
1 head of lettuce
20 fresh radishes
10 - 20 small limes, tiny and sphere-shaped
4-5 chile cerranos, fresh (small, dark green, spicy)
big handful cilantro, fresh
1-2 chicken bullion cubes (to taste)
20 tomatillos, fresh
3 poblano peppers, ...
... pond because it has no flow. They drain it every January because it starts to smells.
There are no railings, so evidently people go in the river all the time. But since it doesn't flow and its only three feet deep, that doesn't really matter.
The food was quintessential Tex-Mex. People in Texas will find a way to put Ranch dressing on everything.
Anyway, I went to ...
... next to us.
Then we started to head back to the car which was kind of hard in itself. It was fun arguing and trying to remember what we had seen on the way here, trying to back-trace our route. Eventually we made it to the car and headed back to Queretaro.
Not too much else happened once we got back and we headed to bed early as we planned on getting up early tomorrow to get to the buses to head to Mexico City for the ...