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... picture with us, then the guy made a joke about how much we were charging. I told him that we were charging a lot, but nothing came of it. Bummer. Anyway, so then that girl, satisfied with her picture with 2 complete strangers, walked away with the guy. Sasha and I made more comments about being super famous and then. . . just joking, that's it. The group, after at least 6 pictures (2 per instance), apparently had their fill of foreigners. How ...
... so far. But hey, I am a hopeless romantic! I couldn't understand why they were holding this in the alley until I saw the sign on the wall. This particular alley is called "Callejon Del Beso (Alley of the kiss)" - what a perfect spot for people to show how much they love their significant other. I absolutely videotaped it, and will upload at some stage.
Waking up this morning was certainly interesting. One of the other two, who shall not be named, did ...
... club sandwich and a Bohemia plus a cheeky taking of 3 salted limes 95 MP; got through re the type of beer and whether I wanted a glass. There does not seem to be many tourists around.
Back around 1630 to download/cull today's pix and then time for the diary, interrupted by a standing Peter who wants something for dinner but only a very light repast. Done the blasted diary at 1828. Rested until Peter knocked on the door at 1900. He checked if David was in [Peter has ...
I wasn't entirely sure what to expect from Guanajuato, only that it had been recommended as a top place to visit by two separate people the day before and for some reason our guide book doesn't really sell it to you (that's the Lonely Planet for you. Especially one that's 4 years out of date purchased on the cheap in San Cristobel de las Casas). On the bus there was a documentary about Fidel Castro, which made a change from the usual dubbed ...
... for quite a while, but I couldn't shake the idea that I must have missed something. After tearing apart my jengalike packing job for fifteen minutes, border patrol decided I was on the level and told me I could be on my way. Arenīt you idiots supposed to be looking the other way?
Mexican customs consisted of "Buenos Dias, Senor," Stamp, Stamp. Nevertheless the border town was dusty, ...
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