Hotel & Suites Porto Novo
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... was to go to the supermarket. A couple of blocks away, it is very smart. The young people who load your bags for you at the check out have no wages so rely on receiving a couple of Mexican Pesos' tip from each customer. Back at the apartment, Ben cooked lunch. This early afternoon, Kori had a nap. Ben introduced himself to Martin's birds, a canary and a budgie. They mostly keep themselves to themselves but seem to ...
We kicked off Latin America with 5 nights in Mexico City, staying in a really nice area known as Polanco district. It is a very trendy neighbourhood - full of great bars and restaurants. With policeman on every corner carrying machine guns, we felt pretty safe, despite all the bad press we heard before arriving in Mexico.
We stayed in another Air BNB with a great couple who owned a beautiful 3 bedroom apartment and were super friendly and ...
... around in this space. Great rooftop kitchen and bar…
... 5-6H to Mexico City, both Jim and I thinking after yesterday's viewing it might be worthwhile to skip today's butterfly reserve for an afternoon in the DF. Today's reserve is actually included in the itinerary so will have to be grin and bear it.
Nobody understands why Sid called the Hotel Albergue Don Bruno a 'basic' hotel. Its grounds are very pleasing. The place looks relatively new. Maybe we switched hotels.
Jim is probably going to skip the walk today, ...
... over the place. I came upon a dance group on a walk back to my "hostel" that I enjoyed very much. It is when you are out walking about and decide to go down another side street that you find the most interesting things and happenings going on. I like to stop and watch them.
The Zacola market square was the most lively and interesting to me. It will filled daily with people, merchants ...