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... at the speed of light. Meanwhile, Donny and I drown our sorrows in a bit of Mescal over the slow click of the rusty cogs in our brains-yup he's 40- and I can almost taste 40 ! Nevertheless, we are forging ahead studying our preterito and copreterito as well as, the verbos reflexivos with fearless perseverance. Our instructors have immense patience with us throughout our daily grammar "torture" and I have enjoyed ...
... who had just arrived on an overnight bus. Meeting other travellers and exchanging tales is a very positive aspect of staying in hostels.
Friday 22 Nov
A calm day in this historic colonial town. Our first port of call was the 17th century cathedral in Zócalo square - OK I suppose, but much ...
... where we live suffers from both an erratic supply and a set of antique and very leaky supply mains. Lance, the architect-owner of this house, thought ahead and had a large underground tank installed for water supply. Unfortunately this requires the water to be pumped UP to the second and third floors. So when we arrived and found that the water pump was completely fried, we realized that this was a fairly serious matter. ...
... same idea - the couches were full of ppl napping! I found some funky spiral staircase to the roof and hey presto there were spare mattresses up there! We had the best nap ever on the roof and woke up at 2pm haha.
This afternoon was cool - we went to the markets in town, which are huge and crazy. My thongs bust - devastated, disappointed in my havis! So spanglished my way through buying a new pair of thongs. Oaxaca is quite famous for its chocolate beverages so we gave those a ...
... sup> place in the field of 600 runners. Little by little, I worked my way up so that I was in touch with the guys I suspected were also masters runners. At 2 km, I think I may have been in 50th place. Beginning the second 3.5 km lap, I may have picked up another ten to twenty places. I lost some of those places when I stopped to re-tie my shoe, which had worked its way out of a double-knot - the shoe laces on my trail shoes have never ...