The next morning, we had an ADR at Akershus, but I wasn't feeling up to going. I told Pete that he could go without me, but he wasn't interested in going to a Princess breakfast alone (he probably didn't want to go even if I had been feeling well), so he canceled it. Because I was sick, we didn't get charged the cancellation fee. Pete went to Riverside Mill for breakfast, but didn't take me camera. He spent the morning exploring POR and POFQ while I slept. We had a lunch ADR at Le Cellier, but again, I just wasn't feeling up to it. Pete didn't want to go without me, so we canceled that too. We had a Candlelight Processional Package at La Hacienda de San Angel that night. I was feeling a little better by the late afternoon, so we went to Epcot. Our reservation at La Hacienda was at 4:30. We checked in at 4:15, and we were seated immediately. I still wasn't feeling like eating much, so we split an appetizer. We had the queso fundido. This was melted cheese with chorizo and poblano peppers served with flour tortillas. Pete really liked it, especially the peppers. I didn't like it, which I attribute to not feeling well, because melted cheese is usually right up my alley. I had the pollo al pastor (achiote marinated chicken served with roasted vegetables, beans and pineapple relish) for my entree. It was very sweet. It tasted like sugar chicken. Pete tried it, and he agreed. Neither of us ate more than a bite of it. Pete had the tacos de camerones (fried Shrimp, chipotle lime aioli, cabbage, lime and salsa verde, all served over flour tortilla). Pete thought these were very average. He said that there was way too much cabbage on them. We were served rice and beans to share. I didn't eat any of either. Pete said that they were standard Mexican restaurant rice and beans. For dessert, we split the empanada de manzana (puff pastry filled with sauteed caramel apples and vanilla bean ice cream with kahlua sauce). We both thought that this was the best part of the meal. I ate most of the pastry, and Pete ate the ice cream. The pastry was sweet, and the filling had a lot of caramel flavor. It could have used a little more filling, but overall, it was very good. We didn't use our dining credits to their fullest at this location, but we agreed that we would not return to La Hacienda. We did a little shopping while we waited for the Candlelight Processional to start. The CM that helped us at the Mexico pavilion was from Merida, which is where Pete and I honeymooned. We chatted for a while, and then he played a special recording for us since we were celebrating our anniversary. While we were waiting in line for the CP, Pete had a Kaki Gori from Japan. He had the rainbow kaki gori, which had cherry, tangerine, and melon syrups on it. He said the melon flavor was the best.