Bajo el Volcan
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was pretty interesting because I watched the Brazil-Mexico game in the central area of Cuernavaca at a park like place called the Zocalo. There were hundreds of fans and they had the game projected on the big screen. Soccer really is a big deal here and its so fun to be in a soccer-loving country like this one during the World Cup. Brazil and Mexico were 0-0 too, so it's better than losing. After that I walked around and people watched and checked out the stores :) ...
... salt, garlic. She chops up everything and puts it in a blender. It turned out although alittle picante for me. I am making a cabbage soup this afternoon, after writing this blog entry.
Pat and Gail arrived on Sunday, January 12, after spending a week traveling by bus from Manzanillo, on the Pacific coast, to Guadalajara, then Zacatecas and Valparaiso (where his grandmother came from), and then on to Queretaro and Cuernavaca.
A long trip with varied ...
... where all the fruit and vegetables are washed prior to being placed in stock. The dishes and silverware are stored in a manner to expedite the turnover of a table.
There is a lot more to the restaurant that I will have to use for my paper that I am writing, it is quite the operation and should be a business model for others to follow.
After that we went back to the school and had a fiesta. All the current students of ...
At 2am I woke up to a ringtone I wasn't familiar with but then realized that it was my Mexican phone and that someone was actually calling me on it! I ran to Melissa's room because I knew it was the airport calling about my luggage. When she got off the phone she said they were leaving the airport and would be at Palmera's house at 4am. So after 5 days of not having my luggage and having to borrow ...
... was full of gross cheese and the spaghetti was water and tasteless, and we are not fussy people. We went for a short walk around the street to see what was around, there was a night market across the road but we didn't go for a look. Instead we went back and watched TV in hopes we would go to sleep and get the next day underway so we could get out of this **** hole. That night we both got allergies from the dust and had **** sleeps from the terrible tiny ...