“Unfortunately, the bill collectors say yes. Oh well, it was fun while it lasted…
Yesterday we spent our last day at a really big mall called Perisur. Denise had me take this picture of her. I didn’t see what was funny, but she couldn’t stop giggling:
It was fun, but basically malls are the same to me around the world. Although, this one did have a Nissan dealership inside the mall (a store front with 4 cars on display). You don’t see too many car dealerships inside a mall.
After that we went to Cuicuilco, the site of an ancient civilization that dates as far back as 800 BC. It was destroyed around 100 BC by a volcano that buried the city. It is an interesting pyramid in that it is round instead of square.
What you see here is only half of the pyramid (the rest is buried in the lava bed):
After that we went to another mall, got some snacks and flew home.
Today was my birthday. We went to Disneyland. The current promotion is that you get in free on your birthday, but I already have an annual pass so I got a gift card that was worth $69. I used it to buy some Disney books I have always wanted but never was able to get. If you’re curious, the books were The Disney Encyclopedia, Walt Disney Quotes, and the first issue of the D23 magazine. It was a good deal and I was able to get an extra 10% off with my Disney Visa card. Other than window shop we didn’t do much. An advantage of having a pass is that you can go as slow as you want and not have to worry about “”seeing it all”” or “”if you got the value of your ticket””, because if you miss something you will just be back another day.
After going to Disneyland we went to two Sushi houses. The first one was in Anaheim and was a bit too expensive for our budget (yelp said they were $ but it was more like $$$), so we left and went to our standby place of Miyagi Sushi in San Bernardino.