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... next day because something similar is one of my favorite pastries in Spain. Of course, I had to get one here and see how it compared. After my purchase and walking a few minutes, I had a feeling I was on the wrong street. Asking a lady who appeared to be chatting with the owner of a small store on the street again brought home how nice and helpful Mexicans are. She wasn't sure and so, instead of just saying, "I don't know," she added that the guy (whom ...
So we haven't been posting much about life in Mexico City because it honestly has been so normal compared with our previous life in Uganda. We are enjoying the great weather, beautiful parks, and ability to just wander around on the weekends.
We are walking hours and hours on ...
... kiosk even gave me the baggage tag [which I left for staff to put on properly].
One gal at the luggage drop that I was traveling with the chap in front of me. One steward on the plane thought I was traveling with the gal beside me. Obviously I am a very congenial person [travel friends, return to shutting up mode].
By 0650 I was through security and near the gates. It took me almost that long to get a Tim Horton's medium with milk java $1.60. Over ...
... and found a lady who was sketching people for $150 pesos. I asked if she would draw me. So I sat with her for the next hour or so while she drew me. We had quite a good conversation considering her limited English and my limited Spanish. She asked about Australia, kangaroos & the red dirt. Lol. This is where I had my first real experience of Mexican men attention. Lol. 3 guys who knew the lady came up and asked where I was from? Then joked about drawing a Moustache ...
... Mayor of the Aztec city of Tenochititlan. Stones from the destruction of the Aztec temple were used in the construction of the Catedral. From 1573 to 1813 sections were built until it's completion. Over the years the church has withstood flooding, fires and surprisingly enough the church was actually sinking and was added to the 100 Most Endangered Sites. Fortunately, ...