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Car plane plane bus car and now here
The bus had movies and megs finally got hers working with 20 minutes left in the ride lol
Havent seen bugzy yet but tomorrow is the preflight inspection and the wash and wax. Maybe the wax will make him faster but we will see...
Tomorrow is a busy day finishing the preps but at least we can sleep in a bit
... restaurants were closed at this time of the year. But we found an open one and we had an excellent lunch at the hotel and restaurant Casa Tsaya
Restaurant: http://www.de-paseo.com/casatsaya/Resta urante.htm
What can we say? A great day all round- from getting ready with friends, actually pulling off the civil wedding, some lovely words from the priest, mariachis, pimms, great food, superb music from the band & DJ and 'mariaoke' until 3am :-)
We really appreciate all the effort people made to be with us & make it such a special day.
No photos...we were heading home.
The flight to Mexico City from Chihuahua was a short one. In no time, we arrived at the M.C. airport. We walked to the end of the airport and easily caught our bus to Queretaro. We love the convenience of a bus terminal in ...
... parrot, a jaguar, a toucan, and alligator. The speckled feathers are turkey or pheasant feathers and the colourful ones are dyed ostrich feathers, I think. The costumes have painted, sequined or embroidered scenes relating to religion, history, war, hunting or agriculture.
The most traditional outfits are tunics or little skirts and a cape. There is a lot of gold and silver coloured trim or jewelry, and their headdresses are made of the ostrich feathers.