Friday Morning

Fiestas started yesterday with the burning of Zozobra. This morning I went to town and had breakfast at the Plaza Cafe (((they make a great green chile and feta cheese omelet))) when mariachis started playing. Nothing like green chile and a mariachi group to get one going in the morning. It was also the first time (((well, maybe second time))) I missed the N95.
I had to look something up on the N95 recently and found the OS to be too slow and browsing too painful to bother, but that camera is great. Here is to hoping that one of these years an iPhone comes with a decent 5MP camera that also shoots video. Anyway, back to the band. They played Guantanamera with a few added lyrics and a Village People-type step (((or was it more like the Commodores?))), which they all executed together and which brought the house down. Three violins, two trumpets, a guitarron and a lot of fun. Live music is wonderful! Afterwards I rode my Brompton back to my house (((without a helmet and with a little extra energy thanks to the music! Oh, and I never wear lycra or cycling shoes – those are for racers or dorks :) ))).