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... dark seeing what people are buying and selling. I bought some supplies and an avocado to have with our breakfast toast (not really into toast and jam if I can help it). It is warm and pleasant here, not overly humid , so very enjoyable.it is a safe feeling place as well, lots of people out and about. Later that night we stayed up late to watch Sons of Anarchy the new series we have brought with us to watch on the Wayne's tablet. Wednesday 12th March. Up and after breakfast ...
... a slow learner or an excelled learner that you are "left behind." Sounds like the US. This conversation then wiggled into a conversation about education in Cuba. Dona Angelita has friends that are married and live here in Merida, but are from Cuba. "Beautiful, good people," she says. "My very good friends." Well, they left Cuba because they did not feel like they could reach their full potential as humans or do what they desired in life work-wise. Mama explained ...
... long that lasts once classes start.) Then, I went to Tyler's house which is right around the corner from mine to meet up with other folks and play music. Alcina had written a song about her father, so we all figured out the chords and harmonies and worked it up real nice :) Then, we all went home for dinner. That night, I talked with my mama and "brother" (Gonzalo) for about 2 hours. I had given them their ...
... temples: Kabah and Uxmal. Uxmal was by far the most interesting temple / pyramid we’d seen so far, and a good thing we left it to the end. The pyramid was massive and in good nick and there were a lot of very impressive building around the pyramid, decorated with stone carvings. A special section with stone pierced penises (they used Yuca leaves for that brrrr) that was erected (no pun intended) way out of ...
... it, a hoop is set on either side of the court about 10 feet high and the players had to throw the ball thru the hoop not by using their hands or kicking it with their feet but by using only their hips, not an easy task by any standards. A large number of the larger ruins and some of the smaller ones have ballgame courts, one of the more complete courts is in Chichen Itza.
Next stop Xkanelcruz, another small ...
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