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... at their most still. There was a crispness in the air but the sun felt good when on you.
While pictures were important, time was equally well spent just watching them. On occasion they would land on people. I had one land on left front pant pocket. We spent about 1H 15M with them.
The walk down was a bit quicker and uneventful. Took advantage of the loo facilities for the first expense of the day 4 MP. Half the group were taking a long ...
... to able to hear a guitar again!
That night stayed at the house for a party filled Saturday
night in my cupboard, but was able to get quite a bit more work done, and have
an almost alcohol free night, ready for the big day in the morning.
Sunday marked my first competitive football match in about
six months, and at altitude was sure to pretty much destroy me. Still I was
properly looking forward to it, as I stepped out on the pitch for Chelsea, ...
... caused confusion with the nearby "Real de Minas de Temascaltepec", now Temascaltepec, so the county was known as "El Valle" (The Valley). The honorific "de Bravo" was added later to recognize Nicolás Bravo who fought at the Castle of Chapultepec during the Mexican-American War. Its glyph includes the ...
... all three cylinders with the new connector. About 30 minutes later the engine was running smooth again and the "check engine" light was off. The people were really friendly and made me only pay the new part, which was around 50 US$. So Judy and I were really happy that it was only this minor repair. We continued to drive to Mexico City. On the way we stopped by another garage which had this incredible yellow beetle in front. Judy liked it a lot and ...
As we were making the hike down toward the entrance gate, the prospect of staying in the hotel without water seemed less appealing. The last combi buses down the mountain leave by 6PM. We got down to the gate and were told the combi's probably were finished for the evening, but we could take a "taxi", a old rickety jeep. He wanted 400 pesos! 'No thanks, for that price we would walk.' It was really too far to walk but we figured we could hitch a ride along the way. ...