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... spend a few hours with them and we had supper at Outback together, then we had to leave.
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... out of the way of everything!? And the bus coming back goes every hour, that's it! They don't like to accommodate for their tourists and transportation! We got to the ticket desk and Ross thought he seen a sign for no food or drink in the museum so we went around the side of the building scoffed out faces of all the food because we didn't want to buy food out! Haha we were so full, I couldn't eat my yoghurt I felt sick full of food! We were the only ones there, by the time ...
... his surrender and the independence of Texas as a nation. He was released months later to fulfil his agreement.
Enough on the background. I drove over there and looked in the monument. There was lots of artefacts from the battlefield and history on the event. The battlefield area was large. Even an enormous remembrance pool like the one in Washington DC led from the road to the monument. I left the monument and walked into the scrub where the Mexicans were ...
... t happy, that's one of the big scams over here, so from then on it's happened heaps I just say no and don't ever touch the cd, once you do they have you. Our driver to the hotel was not a real taxi, it was a guy who just lost his job and was picking up a bit of money driving, his name was Willie and he was a really friendly black guy around the age of 50. He said he would take us for $23 it seemed reasonable so we got in. He was on his phone for the first few ...