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... got down from the pyramid, we walked around a little bit more and found some little animal friends. I just googled the spanish word for them, "tejon" and it turns out they were badgers?!?!?! Hahaha! They were friendly like dogs are friendly and I fed them peanuts right out of my hand! I had absolutely no clue they were badgers until just now. They didn't look like what I would call a badger because they had long snouts like an anteater? Oh well! I pet a badger on a mountain. ...
... be found clutching the local bottom-of-the-barrel brew to show his solidarity with the people. If you want to start a conversation with The Idealist, casually mention that you've been looking into volunteering later in your trip - The Idealist has already volunteered in countries you can't even find on a map and isn't afraid to tell you all about it. Plus, The Idealist has a friend of a friend who's volunteering where you're thinking of going right now! ...
... tickets and were treated so at the very front of the plane.(was it the sauce or the sink I wonder?). I didn't complain and enjoyed sipping my wine and wondered when the three course meal would arrive , delivered by the Captain, when I woke up and we had landed in Mexico City.
After we had disembarked we trudged the soulless (as all ) airport,in order to find a holding locker,as we had until the evening to spend in the city. I think we had decided to focus our attention ...
... your Spanish at your volunteer project is also very rewarding. Most Mexicans are very encouraging, and children/adolescents are the most patient of all. They appreciate you at least making the effort. I remember one volunteer that sat down with a little girl, and she took about 10 minutes to focus on his accent for the words “Harry Potter.” Roll them “r’s!”
Now, I’m not saying you can’t have a thoroughly amazing experience if ...
... was as casual as you could get. Plastic chairs, jeans, and sandals, show up anytime between 11 - 1. We walked right in, she read over the script taped to the wall, put on a little makeup, combed her hair, and voila. We were in and out in ten minutes.
Small, beautiful, children sat happily in plastic chairs waiting their turn to audition to be the kids being served their delicious yogurt. Martha, have you heard anything?
Coyoacan is ...