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Die Mexikaner wollten uns fast nicht mehr ins Land lassen! Der Beamte löcherte uns in seiner fast schon aggressiven Art mit Fragen, dass wir uns zusammen nehmen mussten, um nicht zu lachen (gegrinst haben wir aber schon…). Nicht dass sie uns dann noch in die hinterste Ecke von Mexiko verfrachtet hätten…!
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... s particularly noteworthy is titled "The Assumption of the Virgin." It was painted by Juan Rodriguez Juarez in 1726, and has only been recently restored.
We venture out into the square again, which is covered with a village of canopies that enclose an ice rink of all things, especially in this heat! There is also a giant slide and other recreational things to do for the people during this holiday period!
This is great for the locals, but I had wanted to see ...
... playing. After a few minutes at the monument, it was about dinner time and it was starting to drizzle. Part of me wanted to get back to the hotel before the downpour, but I needed to eat. So, I stopped at a cafe I'd been wanting to try. It was only a few blocks from the hotel so if it did start to rain ***********'t have far to go. Good choice! The cafe was very cozy, with people sitting around working, reading, etc. I had a delicious horchata, which is ...
... book all transport to and from the carnival in advance and we thought we had Mr Carlos lined up to pick us up on Sunday evening at 7pm to get us to the pick-up point in downtown Barra. This time, we were not so successful with our communications and he did not arrive to collect us until 8.30, by which time we had missed our shuttle bus to the city. Consequently, we did not get to the carnival until after 11pm and although it was, of course, ...
We have now left Disney and have arrived in Mexico City where we are staying with one of Maria's old friends, Kenny Viese, www.kennyviese.com who is a talented Danish photographer who lives and works in Mexico.The food here is really nice but also very spicy. We eat a lot of tacos and queasadillas, which are mais pancakes with meat and melted cheese. The avocados here are also a facorite. On almost every corner there is a street kitchen where you can ...
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