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We are now close to the end of our South/Central America adventure and with Laurie's camera gear no longer with us we have weight and room to spare to buy some gifts and souvenirs. Mexico City is excellent for shopping, we found a great Artisan market where we bought cotton hammocks and beautiful handmade throws, weekend market in the ...
... group was me, Ali and 3 other girls - one of whom was a very annoying hypochondriac primary school teacher from England who told us about how she'd cried when she got lost that day and she'd cry if she saw a photo of a snake - pathetic haha), and our brilliant tour guide, Luis. First, we were taken around the corner and given a few tequila shots, and taught the Mexican way to do them - salt on the lime and chew it first, hold ...
No internet available for the two days hence the delay in this.
Tere & Peniche ride their bikes with groups all over Mexico and the USA but she really wants to make a long trip and is considering going to Canada as she has family there. This is why she is making contacts on HU to find out as much as possible. She has picked my brains clean.Overall, a fantastic stay and I thank them both for their time and hospitality. More great ...
... to complete. She told her son "See? no matter where we go, our family is everywhere!" Their enthusiasm, reliance on Jehovah and love for the brotherhood was incredibly touching :'-s I was very happy to have been there to meet them.
Ok friends, there are many more experiences, but I was just trying to recall some recent ones ;-)
There's many spiritually famished sheep out there so be courageous and keep zealously searching for them!!
... had. I'm getting a great rate - US$154 plus tax per night is a steal. Its very dry here - no moisture in the air. Mexico City is high in altitude and has desert weather. Hot during the days, cold at nights. Thats ok by us as we only really plan to be outside during the day. I'm worried about safety here so playing it safe at nights.
Tonight we tried the restaurant Fonda El Refugio - nice ...
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