Day 26: 79F/26C predicted    

   Before walking out the front gate we see Nicole and a friend of hers sitting outside at a table having coffee. He has a little kitten in his lap and when we asked where he got it the answer is: " From the Internet ". Somehow I'm not surprised.

  In town we met one of Nelly's co-workers, Chantal, for lunch at a Tex Mex restaurant. We ended up at a small chain called Tex Mex Indiana. Why they think Tex Mex is associated with Indiana is beyond me. It might as well be named " Tex Mex Nebraska ".
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  I ordered the Chimichanga Indiana which was stuffed with crab and shrimp. Tasty but it made the tortilla a little soggy. Topped off with guacamole and crème frasie, accompanied with rice but no beans, it was ok but certainly not like anything you'd find in the US.
  Chantal and Nelly ordered every damn Tapa on the menu except for one. The only sauces on the tables were Tabasco, ketchup or A-1 steak sauce. Each tapa arrived with either guacamole or salsa for dipping. The salsa that came with them was pretty darn mild, heck you could almost drink it. In the land of delicate sauces, unless you find an East Indian restaurant I don't think you'll find much of anything that's actually spicy.

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