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... of 9,000 ft. and is the coolest of all of the big cities of Mexico..
I made that mistake in 2007 when I to Mexico City for a week in just my shorts,
short sleeve shirt, and sandals.. It was too cold for just shorts,
short sleeve shirt, and sandals. I had to buy some warmer clothes
- Jeans and a long sleeve shirt... I will be taking some ...
... having remembered it today, were congratulated and complimented on our lovely shopping bag :-) We told our shopkeeper lady that we got it from a Laundromat in Guatemala, it was what our laundry had been returned in, it has proved most useful. In fact, we have two from two visits to the Laundromat, the other bag is home to our hammock :-)
On our first night we invited Keith, Micah and Judy, the other guest, for dinner in "our" kitchen-communal area (still no other guests, how sad. ...
... to wait so its not really fast, but whatever. I always want to try them because they are supposed to have pinapple and onions and salsa and pico de gallo and etc so Hilson ordered for me, and I asked for extra queso, yes it costs more but I donīt care.
And Jen gets a pizza and has to kiss Hilson before hand because he will be eating meat and sheīs a vegetarian. Its silly.
And we walk around many places and then decide no movie. And get the bus ...
... it is Sophie since she is much more of a water dog. The thunder echos and lighting shines through.
I heard some of my chickens. They are not really mine, but at school the Jewish teachers always ask me how my chickens are. I have noticed I am growing accustomed to it because I donīt hear it as much. So really my chickens are wonderful, I only hear them dying occassionally on ...
... people hike down to a river on the edge of town to get some "holy water" from the river. Now this was very convenient for me because Alejandro's family lives on the way to the river, so I had a great opportunity to get up early, head over, watch the procession of people hauling their empty buckets down and full buckets up, and in the process I got a free breakfast. Alejandro lives on the street called Camino Agua Bendita, which I have taken ...