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- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... each, which is a spirit that Mexicans drink more than tequila. Apparently tequila is for girls and mezcal is for real men!
Effren took his shot to go and headed back to work at the bar and we stayed at Mamut and slowly sipped on our mezcal.
When we got through it (it was a little tough!) we went for another walk through the alleys to find some food.
But after wandering for a while (and with my indecisiveness) we ended up going back up to our friend ...
... 9:30 am. I started walking towards the main Revolución monument while keeping an eye out for a nice breakfast restaurant.
I saw that Sanborns had full package breakfast for 89 pesos but I thought I wanted something more authentic so I kept walking until I found the colourful Tia Juana Tilly's where they advertised breakfast from $55 pesos ... I looked inside, saw that there was people and thought it was a great deal so in I went. Unfortunately I ...
... spot for Tijuana.
The gangster feel is still here, there are plenty of gentlemen only bars, and hundreds of young hookers on street corners... even at 11am. They all wear these amazingly high shoes when they are working, guess that's the way you can tell them apart from the locals. Tijuana is a place where badly behaved young American men come at weekends and that is the reason, according to the Mexicans, that ...
Well the 3 amigos are off. We left the states late arvo yesterday and immediately ran into trouble trying to get into Mexico. We got secondary checked and asked for registration for shawns little tinny and the trailer we built. We were told we couldn't enter Mexico unless the boat was registered. They turned us around and made us wait in the qua for the states. We got into the states no problems with the boat, weird. Luckily ...
... with image.
The low points, cold, tiredness have been transient, pain is indeed temporary and there is an immense satisfaction in pushing physical limits and in tapping the mental strength required to persuade a tired body to do just one more hill, one more mile. Even the experience of having my camera stolen (which I stupidly left charging unattended) was tempered by the help and kindness people gave in trying to find it. It is the reason however for the lack ...