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Travel Blogs from San Luis Potosí
... for this? During the week I did feel that I just wanted to get into a class with real students to see what it was like. And that's what happened today. Only two students, but I saw what it was all about, and loved it.
Berlitz are now sending me to Aguascalientes, a small city about 2 hours away. The urgent request for a teacher came in last week while we were finishing off our training, and Salvador, our trainer and the director of 4 schools, asked us if we were interested. ...
... became pretty intense weeks before my arrival, which continued during my stay with her. She took me everywhere by busses, crossing sometimes the entire city on a two hour ride. My best experience was going to a circle dance meeting that I had been told about by Fleur, a South African circle dancer that lives in Argentina. Bettina was the host and we danced on her rooftop. There were 10 of us. For a mid winter's night it was very pleasant out.
Buenos Aires seemed ...
... and 10 second to drive through.
They call it a ghost town but it is full of folks, cowboys, crafts people, hotels, restaurants and more and this was not a busy day apparently.
The streets are uneven and the stones are so smooth that it is difficult to maintain traction regardless of your shoe type. Made for interesting walking...with great care.
Walked up to the church. The thing about these ...
... peso and tomorrow the last one at this clinic as well.
So I was out of there in an hour and felt so much better.
The care and treatment and cost of $180.00 was worth it and not that expensive really when you consider how nice it is to breath.
And a huge thank you to Maribel for taking me there and for translating and staying with me. Can't tell you how reassuring it was to have her there. Didn't feel anxious a ...
... steaks and it turns out the beef is from Canada. After a great meal we went to meet up with her father's parents and take a tour of her father's business which Marie works in.
I had a great day visiting with so many people even if I cannot speak spanish.
The cold I got is going away and I am very happy for that. So tomorrow we will go to "Real de Catore" which is a famous ghost town. I am expecting to take a lot of pics.