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... in places and requiring careful treading in others, yet it was still impressive-looking! The municipality clearly had an interest in maintaining the quaint look of the town as we saw workmen chipping away at the brand-new pavements to give it an old school, cobbled feel and they had laid down a mosaic commemorating the new year (see pic).
But hey, it's Friday evening and my nizzy is due to arrive any minute! Best I head back. Yay! Reunited and it feels so goooooood!! ...
... far; duck, pork, fish & chicken tacos, tostados, fresh fruit with chilli and lime and a huge variety of other delicious snacks we never even knew the names of – and all super cheap. For budget foodies like us it was bliss! The other thing that amused us in Mexico City was that each block seemed to only have one type of shop. In our wanderings we passed through the blocks for each of shoe shops, sweet shops, ribbon shops, fake flower shops, biscuit ...
... of several smaller parks sourounded by large churches. This
is because the city is built on large hills. No small churches in
Mexico. Here the people are very friendly just as in other cities in
Mexico.....and on earth.
This morning we thought we would drive
downtown, park, grab a coffee and check out the city in daylight.
Now that I think about it, a city with narrow streets, many of ...
... dirty. Guacala (Mexican term for something just gross!)! We decided to go to Truco 7 again, the restaurant where Holly and I ate last week. It was the place where I didn’t like the food. I ordered milanesa this time. Milanesa is breaded meat. It was good. During dinner, we ended up sharing a bunch of funny stories around the table.
We walked around town after eating. We just ended up talking as we walked around. We didn’t end up getting home until 11:30 because ...
... guys West Coast Swing (WCS). I hope I actually get to do that. Anyway, when I was talking to Armando, I felt like Max was a little jealous. It was really interesting, honestly. Before Max left, he ended up coming over to me, asking me when I’d be back to dance and giving me a kiss on the cheek and a hug (as is customary according to the culture here). It was really nice of him to come over
Overall, tonight, I had a ton of amazing dances and a wonderful time. The guys ...