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... disappointing. Took rain gear but not needed. Off shortly after 1815.
Sid arranged a convoy of three taxis. As it turned out, our ducat, taxi to and collectivo back cost us just 100 MP. It was a longer ride than expected but this was a big game with lots of traffic headed to the stadium. One interesting way intersecting traffic is dealt with: the through road has a road bump before the intersecting traffic, slowing it down enough to allow intersecting traffic ...
... my estimates.
Miguel walked us back to the hotel. Cathy saw a shop called 'Men's Store'. She thought she might be able to put in an order for a husband there.
Farewells to Miguel at the hotel 50 MP. He was a very laid back chap, informative but not laying it on with unnecessary detail.
Back for pix downloading and diary start. Gave up thereon after 1930, Jim and I heading to the Sanborne's near the cathedral for dinner. We opted for ...
... with Paul re the Premiership; his team is Tottenham. Chris was quite chatty. Sid told some stories about past clients, others chipping in stories of trip debaucheries.
One staff member came over with about 30% of a bottle of Los Yugos tequila. First there was a shot on the house and then he brought back the rest of the bottle. Chris, Paul and I had about three shots each; Jim, one. It was a ...
... due to the cloudy backdrops on many of them. The wifi seems problematic here. Got the journal up to date and will soon be off for happy hour.
Left c 1730 and quickly ran into the Vancouver girls, Lou still under the weather. Cathy joined us for cocktails. We meandered about, including walking deep into the local area before settling into the eventual dinner venue for margaritas: the first was better than the second one but fine overall 130 MP. We had some good ...
... The owner was an interesting guy with many stories to tell about his debaucherous youth. Though sadly by the time we went downstairs to try his famed pizza, they'd run out of cheese! So we went to the plaza for elote (corn on the cob), covered in sour cream, cheese and spicy sauce, before heading back with a milkshake to watch Ratatouille! On the Saturday we went to the Isla Janitzo, on Mexican time. We arrived at the dock at ...
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