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Last meal in Mexico: Chinese food.

By Thushan Amarasiriwardena | 1 Comment » January 15th, 2008

Ok we’ll admit – the steady diet of tacos has gotten to us. During a layover in our 20-hour trek to Guatemala by bus, we were tempted, seduced and succumbed to the sight of Hong Kong restaurant. Salty, greasy and probably laced with MSG, the meal hit the spot as our last meal in Mexico. Get your dinner and fortune cookie with today’s photo gallery…

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One Response to “Last meal in Mexico: Chinese food.”

  1. Donna Says:

    The first “early morning” Mayan city was spectacular! ALMOST worth ALL those bus rides. I’m glad I got it for “free”! Have fun keep clicking and writing. This is great!

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