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... line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Not as sore from the bike ride as we thought when we woke up! Walked up to the Daily Grind for a quick breakfast and coffee, brought it back to the room. Slowly packed up, then met Mike at Sarika Thai restaurant for lunch - the pad thai was delicious! Kelly and Mike got chicken wings to go, in addition to their meal. We bid Mike adieu and continued on our drive into the hill ...
... Sebastian." Plus the police directed us across the street from it since there really was not a crosswalk. We googled it later to find out that it (the sculpture) was a gift from Mexico to the US, and is considered the "Antorcha de la Amistad". If Mexico gives you a friendship gift then you can't really refuse it, right? Especially if it is 65 feet tall and weighs more than 45 tons.
Back to the River Walk to Durty Nelly's piano ...
... our hotel, it's a really nice atmosphere there with the red brick buildings and cobble stone roads. We ate in YO Ranch, we both had a salmon and spinach dish with onions almonds and dried cranberries, it was lovely but very filling considering it was mostly leaves! Facetimed the lovely rents and then went back up to the pool to chill for an hour or so before we catch the megabus to San Antonio! *something I've noticed, their billboards ...
... for every topic we learned came one after the other, so we (300 of us) sat in front of a powerpoint screen from 8am-5pm each day.
Eventually we were split into our platoons (40 or so each) alphabetically. I am in the 5th platoon, and I found out that I won't have any leadership position while I am here (except for maybe in the field). The reason for this is because the medical service officers (70B) are the ...
... barred owl keeping watch over us, we ate tacos from the Chuck Wagon for breakfast and then caught a bus into town. We started with San Antonio´s famed River Walk. It was almost Venetian, without the grime and tourist masses (in other words, quite lovely!), and the weather was beautiful to match. Sunny, not too hot. Just perfect.
We wandered down to El Mercado, the market selling Mexican crafts at what I presume is a much higher price than you pay in ...