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... into a food coma. I needed the extra sleep!
5PM I took a final walk to the zocalo. There were some performers that
I watched for a little while. Then I took a 20 minute walk down a
pedestrian street until I reached the Torre Latino. I paid to go ...
... 501 bright yellow jeans and as we left the stallholder told us to be careful. I was beginning to think this was a bit of a dodgy neighborhood. The market is meant to have a good antiques and vintage market, centered around Comonfort street. Well we walked the length of that street - there are lots of markets but nothing remotely vintage or antique. we found furniture and lots of amazing fiesta dresses and wedding dresses. We walked a bit further on and suddenly realised we were only ...
... insert the card to turn on lights and tv and air conditioner because the insulation is so good it gets humid when it starts to rain. I decided to be a little adventurous. Go to the restaurant in the hotel. Forados...probably misspelled. I ordered in Spanish. One water, one order of tacos of chirozo with cheese. Came on a wonderful corn tortilla. I normally don't care for floppy tortillas in the states, but man o man, these are wonderful. So wonderful I ...
... meeting a lot of great people. There was parties every Friday night, a day off on Saturday, random trips into Chetumal or Majahual to restock supplies.
The diving was fun. It wasn't the best reef ever but any diving for me is fun diving. I was learning all the names of the fish, we had a couple of dolphin sightings. There was one dive where we got done with a monitor and dolphins came to visit us on the five minute safety stop ...
... We had timed our arrival to attend the evening ¨posada¨ she invited us to (though we had no idea what it entailed). Our hostel rooftop afforded us a great veiw of the central square of Old Mexico which was crammed with families shopping and visiting the cathedral. We concluded the posada must be a city wide festival that was already in full swing. When we met Steph she informed us, with a confused knit-eyebrow, that it was a pretty quiet day downtown and that the real ...
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