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... want to be blessed? You must go to meetings!
-Jehovah wants us to be people who know how to give. Through the Mosaic Law Israelites were expected to give mandatory sacrifices, but they could also give voluntary offerings. Today we don't sacrifice sheep (thank goodness) but we sacrifice to Jehovah too.
Mandatory sacrifices: Meetings, Preaching, Personal Bible study, Prayer
Voluntary sacrifices: Pioneering, Bethel service, Kingdom ...
... sure was not edible and had me heaving at regular intervals). We gave up and headed back to the underground. Later we got talking to a girl in our dorm, who had been to the proper Artisan market, which was apparently full of colourful pottery and blankets - darn it!
Once we'd worked out the underground system, we decided to head to the Anthropology Museum to have a wander around. One of the pluses of Mexico City ...
Antway, I'm jumping ahead of myself. We have 4 weeks of touring the island and the first stop is Havana...Havana baby, can't beleive it I'm going to Havana. I'd better learn the two step, or Salsa, or some kind of bum shuffle that cuts it on the dance floor. Should have checked out Youtube before I left. Ah well, watch the locals closely and sweep julie off her feet...safer that way before my two left feet trample her ballet toes.
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... we attempted to look for some proper tacos, after circling around looking for the most appealing street vendor we settled on one, and with some hand gestures and help from a local lady managed to score ourselves 10 tacos (of meat of some description..beef I think, Bea thinks pork...), for 10 pesos..less than a quid, boom! and they were banging! piled on the chilli sauce and lime, really good! Also the first real step in Bea's Diary of a Vegetarian, as she has only just started ...
... metro to a light rail station (full of machine gunned security and rottweilers) and took the rail to Xochlmilco, the canal boats south of Mexico City. The first thing you don't do is get shuffled off to a boat shed by a "helpful guide"!!! We knew how much we should pay (courtesy of travel pod, trip advisor and Lonely Planet) but when we got pushed onto a boat they were asking 3 x the price. We then tried to barter down but not down to what we were willing to ...
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