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I call it that because who know what's in store for today. I set the alarm for 7:30am but struggled to get up at 8. Tired form two days of partying, I showered, ate breakfast and grabbed a cab for Martin's. This time the ride was 42 pesos, not the usual 70. I didn't argue, hey I'm a gringo. What do I know? Today is Monday and Monday is tianguis day on Maria Uribe St. Yes, flea market. Mom knows that we always walk it, with her picking up some weird vegetables, fruits and nuts. ...
... br> practice, since they find it easier to get out of the situation, and usually
only costs $10 or $20 US.
The end of my
story was that the officer returned my license without any further
incident. No ticket, no bribe and no
hard feelings. He even shook my hand as he said “adios”. Now I will have to
research the Mexican law to see what it says about tinted windows, so at least
I really know what I am talking about.
... narrow cobbled streets and lots of colourful murals. The attractive malecón has the same problem as Chapala, with the lowering of the lake level, it's now several metres back from the lake shore. This place is worth a visit if nothing else but to see what Mexico looks like through the vision of North American Real Estate brokers. You'll either love it, or hate it.
This evening we took the Metro to ...
... take any of it lightly. We like to know what we are getting in to, and there are no better people than the ones that have been there and done that. Not the ones that heard from a friend who saw someone who said something about it. You know what I mean!!!!
For now, to all our Florida friends, and our Massachusetts family, and all our friends we have met along the way here, Adios!! God Bless you all. Lulu , AL, & Molly
... the bicentenary of Mexican independence and the centenary of the Mexican revolution]. Carlos said most Mexicans think "terrorist #1 Bush". It was 0915 before El Bombero was able to accelerate to decent speeds. Our first toll road at 0917. Carlos noted the cheaper labour costs in Mexico, pointing out the second largest GM plant in the world just outside of Guanajuato. Cloudy, cool and rain was not a good mix. On to highway 110, exiting at 0926 for highway 45 in ...