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... longingly at them for the 6 hour journey. Upon arrival at the bus station in Oaxaca (Wahaca) what was blaring out of the speakers only "Left a Good Job in the City". We concluded that this was an omen and promptly dropped our rucksacks for a quick boogie. This lasted until we realised a guy from our hostel in Mexico City was staring at us through the window as if we were on day release from an institution. Onwards to our hostel!
We dumped our bags on our beds and ...
... the annual conventions of the American Sociological Association in early August. In other words, everything is on track. Leah is amazing.
Having read and marked up every chapter, I can tell you that it’s a good book – well written, engaging, and insightful. I asked her a few days ago whether we might eventually be able to find her book on bookstore shelves. She explained that at this point in her career it makes the ...
... Sorted out our helmets and bikes and off after a deposit 200MP.
Meandered through the market area, some stalls closed and business minimal at that time of day.Fabian spotted a cambio that was open. Just needed to show passport details. Got 12.1 pesos to the US dollar so 4,840 MP for $400 US. Got a large bottle of water 10MP, the general feel to get some booze and drink at the hotel.
No glasses in the room apparently due to limit outside booze. Sat on ...
... to go back to the house me and Tom thought it was a laugh that we had got lost and when we navigated our way back to the house they weren’t in.
So we decided to walk back to the tree again and along the way we bumped into dad who was with some security officials, as we walked back to mum dad told us the whole story about how they went to the security officials tent showed them a picture of us and they all went out searching. ...
... Here, that’s not an option. The temperatures don’t get cold enough to need heated homes. And with limited water, I can’t simply jump in the shower each time I come inside. Therefore, it’s important that I have my rainboots to keep me dry.
Typically, the rain occurs in the afternoon, shortly after we have returned from class (usually it starts while we eat our comida). From there, it will rain ...
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