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... the layout, architecture and aspect is very similar. There is a temporary beach set up there for the locals. This city is the only one in Mexico that was founded by the Spanish. The others were all taken over from Aztecs, Mixtecs and the others and then had the Spanish style overlaid. We left our luggage at the Hotel del Portal just near the Zocalo or central plaza. The name is copied from Mexico City. Gabriel took us on a city tour that included ...
... to salsa and we all got out on the dance floor. I have two left feet at the best of times, especially when it comes to salsa which I have never, ever been able to get. But some of the others could really dance, and the rest of us just had fun anyway. The next table over full of Mexican guys seemed loudly appreciative, anyway.
Around 1:30, they turned the lights on and kicked us out. Not exactly an all-night bar hop. But we were ...
... more. Then just one more... Vegetarianism obviously isn't taking off in this country, but I ask in Spanish for just a taco with cheese, guacamole, onions and tomato. Then I hit it with salsa picante. It disappears from my plate in about three bites. I pretty much lick the plate clean. And then I watch Mario eat his next two tacos in total silence with his eyes shut. Should've gotten another one. Oh the regret... We do some more walking in the afternoon (more churches) ...
... s got some toughening up to do before the likes of Kili.
In the sack after 2230, Sarki coming in shortly thereafter.
Dorkette of the day--Sara
Guffawing out loud in a high end restaurant showed what class she had.
Honourary dork of the day--Brian
Brian for fretting about having to wear clothes more than once on safari, asking yesterday about the tequila and turning down a shot today and too prim and proper to sit on the floor re wifi.
... wanted to learn how to make it. When it came to the fajitas though, things got pretty funny. The recipe we used was rated as mild, as far as Mexican goes. A Mexican would find it bland, and an American would find it very normal. The only spice we used was simple table pepper.
Enter Spaniards, vs. Mexican food.
Spanish food is NOT spicy. Watching them eat the fajitas was hilarious. A number of them had their faces turn BRIGHT ...