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... headed back to the hotel. I call to the house and Francisco answered. We determine that it's best for me to go directly to the church from the hotel, bypassing the confusion at the house. I receive my usual Spanish lesson from him. Now it's Marguarita time. In the bar poolside, I order a Marguarita and syome chips while I write this. I have two hours before I have to leave. A welcome nap shortened by the need to get dressed for the Quinciniera ...
... fabric, lighting and tile shops. I think Brian was pretty happy about that as he's not the greatest shopper. The area had some amazing historical buildings beautifully renovated and there was definitely a more upmarket trendy feel to the area. We didn't venture far into the back blocks this time. We then spent a few hours at the bus station sorting tickets as you do! Organising our ride on to ...
... of time urgency. They have no problems relaxing or sitting without doing anything and
rarely get stressed out. And even though this type of person can achieve his
goals just like the Type-A, he can accomplish his tasks much more effectively
because he avoids the distractions of worry and has a clear mind while getting
the job done.
The more I get exposed to the Mexican way of life, the
clearer my mind has become. I am able to ...
... specialized in cooking beef, lamb, pork and sausage on pieces of rebar stuck into a big fire pit that's located at the front of the restaurant. With Deb just getting better over her recent stomach disorder, it was very interesting to watch her face as we took our seats.
The cervesa was great, the meat was great but that was it - no other options, apparently this place is only open for Saturday and Sunday and only until they run out of meat. I guess ...
... Bengal Tiger and Komodo Dragon.
We loved entering the monkey house. Monkeys are always fun to watch and these guys were well- behaved - no grabbing or stealing of belongings. Just, at times, some gentle touching.
Before we ate lunch, we used our first ticket to go on a great Safari Masai Mara ride through an simulated African savannah. The animals run free and we were taken on a bumpy dusty ride ...