Camino Real Santa Fe Mexico
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... into the distance as the view in front me collapsed on itself returned to ancient times. My chest thumped with excitement and a smile appeared on my face. The only thing that was left was the tear that was forming in my eyes to drop. Was it from joy and awe or shame and disgust? A little of both... You see about a mile away from these sacred sites, there stood a Wal-mart. Do we not hold anything dear anymore? Like I said, the water building up in my eyes was ...
... tourist attraction for us, because everything was just "so cheap". As an example, go out and buy a whole kilo of avocado for only 1€, whereas you spend the same amount for only one fruit in Germany.
At any time we have to say, people where absolutely helpful in any way. Especially the police staff was happy to help, as there are so many around, they seem mostly very borred. As you might have heard, the level of corruption in ...
... was a good thing. We made our way to the Bellas Artes metro station (which, interestingly enough, has an entrance decorated with those recognizable Parisian Metro standards, which were donated by the City of Paris! It was cool to see that again...)
It was hot, sweaty, and a long subway/bus ride home again, but the sky clouded over and I had a nice nap that led to a beautiful thundershower by the time ...
... ice creams. Plus you’ll see a load of buskers – old Mexican men singing, blind people singing and others just playing music through a boom box… awesome!
Food – noting more to say other than I don’t know if I can ever eat western Mexican again knowing what a real Taco, Fajitas, Quesadilla and Enchilada tastes like…
Teotihuacan – you can’t leave MC without going to see the 3rd largest pyramid in ...
The woorddd of the day!
Twitter- Pronounced Tu Eeter In Spanish. This took me some time to figure out.
Here I am in the swing of things. I teach grades 1-5, two times a week. I also have three tutoring sessions with a group of middle schoolers who live in the area. Then of course there is the twenty minute session I have with the preschoolers on Fridays. It's the shortest class, and probably the most fun. ...