My Daily Routine And The Sights I See

My daily routine here in San Cristobal is pretty easy and non-threatening.  Okay, it’s pretty damn lazy to tell you the truth (but I make no apologies).  Being here for three weeks pretty much eliminates any need for urgency—and that’s just the way I like it.  0900 hrs is my FREE breakfast courtesy of either Erika, Arturo or Laura, and it’s a nice breakfast: Usually some kind of eggs (Huevos Rancheros, Huevos Mexicana or the like), Tortillas and/or toast, fruit and coffee.  After breakfast I head to my favorite coffee shop, Cafe de Selva, for my ‘real’ coffee and a cigar.  Then a morning walk to visit a museum, stroll the plaza and streets and of course to take my photos—returning to my room a couple of hours later I edit my photography for the day, catch up on my blog posting, visit Facebook and return my email messages.  I checkout the daily current events by watching CBS Evening News from the night before (a one day lag), and reading Yahoo News.  A late afternoon Siesta is ‘sometimes’ in order, and then it’s time for dinner.  After dinner another walk is contemplated, and actually accomplished once in a while.  I’m usually in bed by 2300 hrs and asleep shortly thereafter.  The next morning it starts all over again—and YOU just assumed it was easy.  Whew, I get tired just talking about it.  I blame it on the high altitude—7,000 feet above sea level.  I’ve included a bunch of random shots from the past few days, in no particular order.  Those of you who follow me on Facebook have seen many of these already, but for those of you who don’t please enjoy.  Buenas noches amigos.

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