We talked "Capricorn Cat" and "ZaZa" into participating
But first we have to prepare.
Frozen waters, cameras, pesos and a destination.
Our destination for the evening was the town square by the Cathedral ~ supposed to have "traditional Mexican music".
Then hot dogs.
But first a walk down The Malecon, where we found
We found where the skateboarding park has been relocated to (which my Mom will be really, really happy about, so she doesn't hear clink, clank, slam, slap, clink, clank all night when staying at Los Arcos Cabanas)!We think the community skateboard park is a good thing (just not right next to a hotel) as it keeps the little guys busy and hopefully keeps them out of trouble.
Then the "traditional Mexican music" at the bandstand at the Zocolo.This was the most un-traditional Mexican music we had ever heard.
So untraditional, this is when Greg and ZaZa departed.
The music was more like a school band, but it was still something to do!
Then Wayne and Carol departed... Hmmmmmm...
Actually they went on the search for water and ended up buying stencils.
While they were shopping we found a displaced building.
We think this building was originally from Key West and came here on a
It certainly doesn't fit in here.
But the more I walk about La Paz, the more interesting buildings and architecture
I loved this one!
But, hey I like Florida.
Then to eat dogs from a sidewalk vendor and THE COOL THING watch The Olympics at the same time!And to finish the evening off, excellent ice cream at the best ice cream place in town!