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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... hearty meal of egg omelet, beans and tortillas. Today we took a walk up the very steep side of the town to the statue at Palipa overlooking the town.There is a funicular to take people mup to the top but we walked up and this was a great puffing event reminiscent of the trek to Macchu Piccu but on a very very smaller scale. Just shows how indelibly thst trek is imprinted in our memories. It only took 15mins and at the top the views stunning.. we spent a long time up ...
... time in the enormous tent. They were dressed immaculately... both men and women golfers were at the event. The American rock music was blaring, the drinks were flowing and cigarette smoke was pluming. There were vendors inside advertising their products and then, there was us, the Academia gringo volunteers. We met up with our fellow school friends, the principal and school president and started our decorating of the tent. After three hours, we ...
... playing and the place was filled with long tables of what appeared to the both of us as local patrons. We went international with our choice of hamburgers and fries with sin alcohol beer and red wine. There were many tunes we knew and it difficult to remember the English lyrics. The food was really good and we had a delightful evening.
... into Moises. So, we said our goodbyes there because he wouldn't be back home before I left. After shopping we took the bus home, and I finished up packing. I left the house around 12:00, but before I left Rebeca cut up one more mango for me to savor before I had to wait another 10 months to enjoy one. Hmmm!! I also helped Armando load my suitcases into his car. I walked to my friend Kelsy's apartment to help her bring her bags down to ...
... at the steps of the Juarez theater that he'd seen before and so we watched that. I don't think I've ever seen a live mime performance before, and it was pretty hilarious. I'm hoping to see him again before I leave. After the performance I went to the welcome dinner the school gives, and then it was time to go home, finish up my work, and go to bed!
Two side notes: One, for those of your who are interested in food (I know, I ...