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... luckily a McDonalds!!
We arrived on a Sunday, and im not sure if the 21st July was a special day, or every sunday is the same, but there was a real carnival atmosphere. There were scary looking clowns doing skits for everyone and kids with balloons and eating candy floss. It was very interesting to see. We walked and walked and went into the botanic gardens, a bargin at $10 pasos each (50p!!) There were lots of different flowers ...
We had our hotel room until 1pm so we had another good sleep in, saved money with our free breakfast, and packed up our stuff. I had planned to get back in the pool one last time but after breakfast I didn't feel like getting my board shorts wet again and the pool was full of kids. Instead I opted for a nice long shower instead. Once we were ready to go we headed out to the front to check out, one of the men that spoke English that worked there came up ...
... from the tiny cave of a garage, and everyone, everyone came outside to see us off. Shiela was taking photos, the girls were posing, Sr. Jaimes was looking worried and calling out to be careful because cars kept coming by as we were all in the street. It was kind of chaos and made me all nervous because I'm just not used to so much going on at once, but being in Mexico I think is making me more acclimated to it, at least I hope. "See, you got the big Mexican family send-off!" Shiela ...
... over the top into the neighborhood on the back side of the hill with I noticed two Mexican women waving at me frantically. At first I wasn’t sure what they wanted so I just waved back. They got even more frantic so I shaded the sun from my eyes so that I could see them better. It was obvious they were telling me not to go any further… that the area was forbidden for some reason. There was too much graffiti around and I really wanted ...
... sure if it’s the “gripa” or some mystery flu. I just know my joints are getting a bit stiff, I feel a little feverish, and have a bit of a sore throat. That could all be due to sleeping with the window open and the chilly mountain air at night after sweating up a storm climbing up to see the ruins, etc. Quien sabe? I think I’ll just ride through it and hope I sweat it out on the long ride to Puerto Escondido! Hasta, Skip ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility