La Abadia Tradicional
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... restored mansion. These are all now run by the State.
Lunch was local pasteries from a little bakery just out of the centre of town. A large fresh meal for two at less than $3.50AUD. While we did see a mickey d's today, they don't seem to have a strong presence here.
Siesta after lunch and we are out walking the streets in the late afternoon. We end the day with margaritas at the rooftop bar, dinner at a small cantina just out of the centre, followed by a night cap.
... around rain. Well, Erika really wanted to dance in the rain, and I very much enjoy doing just that so I agreed to go with her. Seeing as La Botellita is the second home for some of us, we just took off our shoes and left them by the main door and headed out! Oh my goodness we had a blast twirling, spinning, and laughing. Everyone within sight was staring at us. It was fabulous. We eventually got some other girls to come out and join in on the fun ...
... had a bit less of a dress policy, where we were down to just 3 of us, but more cocktails were consumed, before it kind of got to the stage where we were like ‘okkkkk far too drunk now, need to go home’. So started to walk back, and that’s when bumped back into Roline! She was absolutely smashed and helped me feel better about my current situation – I still had her house keys, so gave them back, although she then later lost them again, and then she insisted that ...
... that he was turning 30 (he turned 48, I think). I made a comment to Ricardo to the effect of, "Yea, like my grandma turns 26". WELL, Moises was standing right there so he obviously heard me, and made some kind of noise/remark of unbelief and then pretended to choke me. It caught me off guard because I was just thinking of my grandma, but I think he thought I was comparing him to the age of my grandma. It was pretty ...
... has been good. But time for us was running out. We found the alley and got ourselves back on track with another kiss. Whew. Just in time.
After dinner, we walked the streets, looking for a tasty dessert. We happened to wander into the little San Francisco plaza and we found another treat - local people, all dressed up, ballroom dancing on the cobblestone square, surrounded by people who were just enjoying the
music while watching the dancers. A sweet moment, ...