Hotel Posada La Media Luna
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... that it is not necessary. Sure enough, when the bus arrives, he gives me the nod and I walk out and load my own bag, as I have done before.
One the bus I'm forced to ask one rather reluctant lady to move out of my seat. As we are fully loaded, we can't just select a seat at random. Turns out she is sitting in the aisle seat beside me.
She keeps smiling at me which is little disconcerting.
She looks a good bit older than me. I think. ...
... church children and woman sell trinkets and for a small donation you can take their pictures.
It is a breathless experience.
When we leave we hold the memory of what we saw and experienced close. Back in the sunshine we meander the streets and are amazed by the spectacle of coloured rugs, blankets, leather goods and we all feel the urge to buy! It takes a bit longer than expected to return to the bus but we've helped contribute to this towns economy a ...
... and we were so nearly ready to go home at midnight when we spotted Ernesto with his friends. They 'convinced' us to join them at the cafe Revolucion again..disaster! More drinks and boogying later (so naughty!), headed back home more than tipsy and collapsed in bed (alarm set for 6am..crikey...) V and mini V (my liver is not made for 2 consecutive nights of ...
... eight in time to get to the bus station at nine. But the sickness started to kick in and I just couldn't bring myself to get out of bed. Shattered. Probably the only chance I'll get to skate in Mexico and I don't expect to see any other skate parks before I hit the States. Ah well! That's two skates that I've bailed on now due to sickness! And only three days of being sick in six months... while travelling through South and Central ...
... look at SC. I spied a church spiral so we eventually found the Church of Cerrillo in the west of the town's core. Wandering through market areas, I suggested to Sarki few tourists would ever have come this way and Greg walked toward us.
The trio then set ...