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After a week in the city we are all feeling the need to leave. Theres only so much one can do in a place where theres a language barrier and the ever pressing possibility that we would have to leave at any moment. Aside from the current plan of stopping back here to pick up the other people on the crew in a week I would really enjoy coming back …
... offre, en guise de modeste
remerciement pour son aimable accueil.
Nous méditons quelques
fois ensemble. Et je profite de moments de solitude pour dévorer "Etre
un chamane" ("Ser un chaman"), qui traînait par là, et dont j'apprécie
l'approche culturelle : en somme, être un chaman se réfère plus au
développement de l'esprit qu'à des rituels à plumes.
Et je m'occupe des trois chiens en oubliant leur présence, puis en nettoyant les conséquences ...
... coffee wasn't that great. I was spoilt in Guanajuato annd San Miguel de Allende! My treat for HIna, she's been an easygoing host; shame John, her partner couldn't join us.
Frida Kahlo Museum. Hina drove me around Coyoacan and dropped me off here where I was meant to meet Adriano. He didn't show up, so I just went ahead and enjoyed the museum on my own. Entrace was $70. Frida Kahlo, and her love affair with Diego ...
... on a cross would send the wrong message, instead they had lone crosses with skull and cross bones underneath them because the locals respected the dead so would bow to the skull and cross bones. Eventually obviously they managed to convert them as the Mexican population is about 90% catholic.
After Cuernavaca we headed through the Sierra Madre ranges to Taxco a city built on the side of a hill reminding me a lot of Santorini. The Spaniards were drawn here in ...
... was on the other side so I have a balance of 62 CUC. I only exchanged $600.00 Cdn, bringing $1,000.00 for this portion of the trip. Sorted out gate B15. Had a granola bar for lunch and a bit more diary stuff.
Dayron [guide]...not expressively passionate but a proud Cuban in his description of his country's history and ...