So dinner was either burritos or tacos. I took a taco and Elder Tidwell took a burrito. We were all shocked to see what was in the burrito... a couple days before, our teachers told us of a popular street burrito they sell in Mexico is burrito de perros (DOG BURRITOS). Luckily, no perros in this dinner burrito, but there was something we weren’t expecting. Elder Tidwell bit into the burrito and it was full of.........
|Pinky´s up. Thanks for the chips and salsa! It was a hit|
|Saw this beautiful man on our run around the CCM|
Touching the wall....
|The home of the Chubracabra|