Santa Maria Xalostoc
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... Coca-Cola nearby, just in case.
Carman, Coca-Cola is everywhere here! It's a city meant for you! :)
Then I had mole con arroz. Mole is a typical Mexican sauce (somewhat like gravy). It's like a sweetened gravy and, according to my host mom, has chocolate and bananas in it too! I had mole with Spanish rice rolled into a tortilla.
And another bottle of Coca-Cola.
And for dessert, strawberry meringue! Wonderful :)
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