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... about boys...it was lovely! I haven't done that in a long time! But Vanessa has an early class and a test tomorrow, so our evening fun ended early--no skin off my nose, as it's late and we had a long day...I'm dead on my feet.
I'm uploading photos with minimal or no descriptions--hopefully I'll be able to get to those tomorrow! Until then, enjoy looking through them and making up your own stories!!!
... needed nap, had dinner with Seņora Silvia, and met up with some friends from class for some dancing! After returning home, we were chilling in bed and chatting when we felt yet another earthquake! This one felt stronger than the first, but it ended up being a 6.0 (while the other was a 6.4). It was a crazy end to a crazy ...
... becoming more prevalent. We bypassed Toluca, the capital of the state of Mexico. Could see the DF is the distance when 25k away on Rte A-15.
We were entering the city from the west. It is the new financial area. Homes here are expensive. Things became stop and go just inside 15k, the markers counting down to the Zocalo.
Sid is a wag. He said somebody could claim their cell phone [a mobile phone, Stefan], was stolen, claim on insurance and give it to the 'poor ...
... it was about 2am when I actually arrived, and met up with Alex, the French guy I’d previously met and spent a good time with in California.
Alex lives in a cultural house with three Argentinians, Two Mexicans and a Chilean, where they have various artistic projects and workshops going on, and was a place I really enjoyed and based myself at on and off for the next three weeks – probably the longest amount of time I’ve ever spent in one place, ...
... the tent city but also the usual market stalls and food vendors you see throughout Mexico City. We visited the Metropolitan Cathedral which is built on the site of Templo Mayor (an Aztec Temple destroyed by the Spanish in 1521) and the excavated ruins of the Templo Mayor. This was after lunch at the fantastic Cafe de Tacuba where I ate my first Tamale and Josh tried Mole - all very delicious and the Cafe was really beautiful too.