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... t any taxis to be found. Then, Pradeep, Tatiana, Courtney and Nate all decided to leave, too. So there were five of us. No worries: We all piled into a cab together, Courtney stretched out in the backseat across three laps, and we headed back to the hotel to crash.
So, all in all, not the best New Year's I've ever spent, but far from the worst. Good music, good bunch of people, and heck, we can create a party anywhere.
Feliz Aņo Nuevo, everyone!
... had a quick bite to eat while waiting for the bus at the hotel. After that i jumped on the bus, it was about a 30 - 45 minute drive to Dzibilchaltun and as soon as I got there I was overwhelmed. There are crystal clear pools to swim in, ruins you can climb and plenty of other things to see and do.The ruins are known for their beautifully preserved stone temples still standing completely erect and completely solid. A not so known fact about Dzibilchaltun ...
... had a huge bowl of something hot in it. And there's no air circulation. Mario doesn't look happy. We eventually realise that the back windows can be popped open slightly. I feel like a goldfish sucking at a tiny gap of air. Kabak is cool, but not nearly as large in size. We spend about 40mins there, and I play with a cute dog that actually wants to be patted (a lot of the dogs so far won't come near me). Then we stop at a hotel to have a buffet lunch. Which I ...
... celebration. So, good thing I paid attention in elementary school.
This celebration was also a goodbye party, or despedida, between all the professors and students. Since classes and finals are over, we all hugged one another and took our last photos together (although most of us will see each other when we celebrate on the beach on Sunday). We all wrote each other "warm and fuzzy's" (sticky notes with a nice mini-letter to the person ...
... Hidalgo in 1848 that the first permanent settlers came to Mesilla to make it their home. By 1850, Mesilla was a firmly established colony. The constant threat of attack by the Apache put these early settlers on constant alert. Apaches periodically swept through the Mesilla area, stealing livestock and foodstuffs, murdering colonists and seizing captives. Just as frequently the villages swiftly retaliated by sending out the Mesilla Guard, ...