The stresses of home had gone away. Relaxed, she toured the city, and quietly sipped an early afternoon tea. It was here, where he appeared with a dimpled smile and said, “Buenos Tardes.” Friendly conversation lasted for hours, followed by an invite for dinner and salsa dancing with his friends. She gladly accepted and met them at Panchos.
The flicker of the candle light against the starlit sky coupled with laughter made her feel warm. Immediately accepted by the group she joined, she felt more at home here, than Chicago. Her new friends spoke of Merida with pride and inspiring dialogue and commitment to preserving its history.
Favoring the last moments of Merida’s tropical air with the breeze flowing through the car window, she closed her eyes and said a prayer in her heart, as tears flowed down her cheeks.
A city validating human connection and practicing the art of love, allowing all to always live in their best moment. Grace was lucky she was one of few who had found this hidden charm.
The dance of romance is in the heart of Merida. The pages filled daily with happiness and giving, this love story will be written over and over again.
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