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... was even called or where it was hahaha. So funny. Made it there safely with no stress. Got a cab and pulled out some spanish and map skills. Becoming a boss and such a good team with ash always. We sorted out or dirty washing and had showers etc. also enjoyed some english tv! Nice night in. Very content and happy to be here for 3 nights. Just bought a second skateboard. What the actual ****. It was leopard print and free shipping, doomed from the ...
... originally the house of Diego Mazariegos, the founder of San Cris. It was very noisy but the food was lovely. Alister and Peter were seated directly under a speaker that drove them nuts so left. They should have waited until the loud band started up. A saxophone in a low roofed room is bound to be loud. After dinner I did a quick walk around the plaza and then back to the lovely Hoteles Casa Margarita for a night cap and ...
... for the post office (correos), there are different type of facilities that use this term and you have to be sure it is the postal one that you require otherwise you waste a bit of time finding the correct facility.
Apart from the Iglesia de Guadeloupe which I had a look at on the previous evening, the other main outstanding viewpoint was another church, the Cerro de San Cristobal further south. Once again, more bloody steps, but the view was worth ...
... by day, nightclub by night! We were introduced to Mezcia, a smokey tequila/whiskey hybrid. It was vile! After some shots were given to us that tasted like mint chocolate ice cream and cherry cordial, much more to out tastes! After dancing to Mexican music we put on 'Timber' for them, the locals didn't seem to impressed! All to soon it was time to call it a night as we have to be up early for our Sumidero Canyon Tour tomorrow. ...
... further victimization.
I had gone from being the hero of the situation to being the fool that had put up the cash. We subsequently approached the matter as an impetus for us to put into action our plan to give workshops together, and for her to act as translator, as my Spanish is still rudimentary. She also started paying me off with more professional Spanish lessons. Citlali and I are soon to finish our second joint venture in offering massage ...