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... Plan B. I called Monique, and she oh so kindly got out of bed to open the door for me. So, here's what happened. Some family members are here visiting and know my generally boring schedule. So, assuming I was already in bed asleep, they put on the extra lock (I think it's basically a dead bolt, but it's different than ours so I'm not sure.) Oh, good times!
Saturday I slept in, then went to my friend Maria ...
... is a sauce that is made from chocolate and I don't know what else. I know that sounds weird, but it's not made of milk chocolate so it doesn't really taste like chocolate too much. It's not my favorite thing in the world, but it's pretty good. We had our sweet bread for dessert, along with arroz con leche (rice with milk, and sugar).
Then some time to learn how to use my phone and save some phone numbers before heading out to ...
... with their little babies seem a little younger perhaps very early twenties.They have a very strong family ethic. The mature hawkers can be ok - not pushy.A no gracias is sufficient. The children a little harder with their packets of gum and their sad faces. The beggars of the side of their streets. The guide book suggests that most of them are professional but occaissonly you relent. We have walked past a group of 3 children, the boy playing ...
... no way could I have found myself to a place like this.
Then back to the chuch to watch a laser light show projected on to the walls. Again a awe inspiring moment.
The weather had been about 25C and the evening was so soft and warm enough to need a simple sweater.
To this moment I put this day on my top ten of experiences. ...
... think means minerīs enchiladas. I had them before I even knew they were a specialty because they cook them everywhere. My first night I was hungry and tired, so I just ate at the first street food vendor I found. Basically they are corn tortillas, dipped in some red sauce and then fried, filled with cheese and finished with the Mexican equivalent of homefries and some salsa. Cheap, filling, and delicious.
So, my plan is a shock and awe attack ...