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... 2013, please comment and let me know (I’m nearly finished with Dexter :P)
So yeh that was just a chilled night – went back and hung out with my main man Mexcal, and just wanted to sleep and catch up whilst dowsing myself with vitamin and iron tablets! Ieft pretty early in the morning, as (again probably totally against all doctors orders) wanted to go back and play football back in Mexico City. Took the two hour bus ride back, and predictably played awful and got ...
... away kit. Both teams took the game seriously, just as the spectators took their drinking seriously. It was hot enough for us just standing or sitting around looking at birds or bird facts. These players were running around in the heat. We were soon back in the air conditioned comfort of the bus and on our way.
There was more running commentary from our hosts, as the bus passed cheap hotels costing $10 a night, and some "transit" hotels which charged by the hour, aimed ...
... though the fortunes of the town have slumped and many of the hotels from that time are looking run down, but there seems to be an initiative to knock many of them down and replace them with more opulent resort style hotels. There are many poor properties but also some really superb houses. Unfortunately we had very strong winds on 2 days during our stay (so strong I thought the windows were at risk) so we probably did not see the beach of Veracruz at its best.
... a Mission.
It’s a small white fronted Mexican looking building set in some nice gardens.
The reason the American’s have kept the old dear intact is essentially a reminder of a battle for independence from Mexico. The Americans rode into town and set up camp in this quaint little Mexican town only to complain about it when the Mexicans rolled up asking for it back!!
But it’s their country and their heritage so who am I to talk!?
... a large brace (it covered my whole leg) and could not bend my knee until after Christmas. After the surgery, I went back to Concordia, crutches and all, determined to outlast the harsh Moorhead winters. After calling my parents and crying about how many times I had fallen on the ice (not good for bad knees!) my dad surprised me by driving up to Moorhead and taking me to get a wheelchair. During the remaining days before winter break, I decorated my wheelchair in tinsel ...
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