Plaza Bajio Inn
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... for some great Christmas gifts, Merced Mercado an enormous market with everything from fruit and veg to clothes, shoes and commercial kitchens. Of corse we also found Forever 21 and Zara so I was very happy, trouble is we will have hot weather for only 2ish more weeks then will be freezing for foreseeable future so shopping is ...
Today me and Ali go our separate ways, so after I loaded her up with everything I didn't need that I could fit in her bag, we went for a final milkshake together and to pick up a few last bits in town before saying goodbye (and I managed not to cry much to my surprise!). I took the metro to the airport and got all checked in for my flight to Bogota, and left Ali at the hostel for a few hours before she needed to head off for her flight back to London. Final stop: ...
... now noticeably sloping from the alter to the plaza outside. There are no apparent cracks in the walls other than the separation of the main building from the rear tower, which appears to still be vertical. Services continue to be held in the church, as with all the others and the basilica, throughout the day.
On returning to the centre we visit the Cathedral Metropolitana and the adjacent Templo Mayor, the ancient Aztec pyramid temple - which has undergone at least ...
... gotten him in touch with another brother from a Spanish congregation to have a regular study, he had also started attending all meetings and had even been invited to a social gathering where he was touched by how everyone had received him with kindness and warmth. Since his job required him to work late sometimes and that affected his ability to make it to all the meetings, he had bought candy to sell on the street instead.... did I mention ...
... we took a detour to satisfy her curiosity. It was truly eye opening with a solid 30 kilometres of white sand and turquoise sea, and the same 30 kilometres of wall to wall back to back all inclusive hotels. The northern end of town was the “rough” end with Mexican Kiss me Quick hats, but the Southern end was for the more discerning. This is not to knock Cancun but its more for MOATs than us.
From Cancun it was more culture as we headed ...
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