What?! Chile has Dunkin' Donuts, but California doesn't? At any rate, it was kind of nice to see a familiar face.
We also visited the supermercado, which had everything. I was so excited! When I first arrived to Las Cruces, I didn't really know where to shop. The stores that I had visited were pretty limited in variety or the vegetables were just plain bad. But I asked around and finally found one store within walking distance with a pretty decent variety. Plus, the market in San Antonio expanded my options even more. It will be totally worth the trip. Here are some examples of how my meals have improved since finding new markets:
Breakfast was the easiest meal to prepare since the beginning because I could get eggs, palta (avocado), and tomatoes easily. Kiwis are also really common here and are really tasty!
Before Friday, I didn't feel like I was getting enough to eat. But the last two days I've felt really good. So now I'm sure I can survive here!