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... the usual Mexico market things we've seen time after time but also a lot of signature Veracruz things, things to do with water, like boats, fish, turtles, things made from shells, beach wear, that sort of thing. We didn't buy anything, instead opting to return tomorrow to get gifts. After a while we became very dehydrated so called into a convenience store for water and an icy pole. I've never had to eat an icy pole so quickly, as soon as we ...
... here from the capital was some Scary. I saw many soldiers and they controlled the buses at least two times. But it means that the security level Is hig which Is importante. Here Is one of the most important habours for the drug cartells to carry in the drugs to Mexico and to USA. But as my friend told if they shoot lay down and wait. I feel me well protected ...
... and rescue her sister and Michael Douglas shows up with the jewel and wrestles with a crocodile.
So I took my stuff to the bus station and got a chatty cab driver who asked if I wanted him to come back in two hours and pick me up again for the bus station. Even though I could see the port from downtown, the road to get to it is really long and goes way out past a huge walled property owned by Pemex. It seemed like kind of a ways out so I ...
... I won't be sleeping. I am too excited about the work we have to do to prepare the city for the cast and vice versa.
Having written a little about the day so far, it doesn't seem to come off as too exciting. However my Spanish is improving immensely. I am so excited about our work. I get to see my awesome cast in just 4 days. And I am finally enjoying my time in Veracruz (it helps that the weather is ...
... rolling green hills, in an area known for witchcraft.
Met up with an expat reading a book in English & was able to get details of the book exchange he uses - later had a beer with Ian & his friend, both of whom live on the coast some 40 miles away. They said I should check it out, especially as Juan has a resort there, so could give me a lift & provide accommodation too. Had I not needed to use the internet urgently to plan my next move, I would have gone.
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