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Today was a really, really lazy day. We had one show this morning and then we literally came home to the hotel and did nothing. Absolutely nothing. Like I watched a lot of Netflix kind of nothing. Like, is this really a blog-worthy day?
The performance this morning was my first performance in Mexico in a real theatre, not just a school theatre.There were posters ...
... when I handed it to them. How did it get lost?) My biggest complaint was that I had packed some snacks in there for my time in the airport while I was waiting for Amy to arrive. However, there's always the plus of having one less piece of luggage to carry around and I was told it would probably arrive on the next flight, that night. Anyway, while I was waiting, there was a little art gallery set up that I looked at and then I used that time to get ...
... from around the world to celebrate 125 years.
Timo by Rodrigo de la Sierra.
I really enjoyed ...
... us to try and get some food. It was really cute and sat at our chairs for a while.
One day we made an outing to Taxco. This is the unofficial silver capital of the world. Until recently the mines from this area produced most of the silver in the world. Today there are still a few mines left but mostly the silver is in all the shops catering for the tourists. It is a really cute town on a mountain side with narrow, cobblestoned streets. There is also a really ...
... and then communicate with the waiter. Lunch was delicious however- so we managed to order something well! In the afternoon, we headed off to the main plaza near us, home of a beautiful Catholic Church, a pop up book fair and someone giving massages for 30 pesos ($3 NZ for 15 mins) We had great fun exploring and just wandering round absorbing some of ...