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... and I end up taking photos for tourists and then go back to looking when he comes up again and asks if I want to hang out with his friend and drink some beers and walk around the town as well. I'm down like funky town and we crack some brews and I show them the way down since I had done it the day before.
We walk down a beautiful part and buddy tells me the story of 'Callejon del Beso' which I take as a load of garbage because he is then ...
... The walk was easier than climbing to the top of a Mayan temple, and when we got to the top there were amazing views and wondrous shops selling all the rubbish one could even desire. I bought the best t-shirt ever invented!
1) it was 35 pesos (less than 2 quid!)
2) it had 'El Santo' on it (legendary Lucha Libra wrestler)
3) 'El Santo' was wrestling a mummy on it (I'll explain later)
4) 'El Santo' and the mummy had random ...
... for what moves are next. It’s really neat. I was supposed to try to teach some of the guys how to WCS tonight, but when I asked Jose about it, he said he had to teach. I was a little disappointed about that, because I want them to learn, but I guess if they don’t want to, I can’t make them…so…I think I’m going to give up on that idea until they ask me again. I don’t want to bother them with it.
... trying to sell gum and ask for money. I felt so badly for them because I know their parents just make them do that. They should be having a childhood, but they can’t because their parents aren’t letting them. I feel horrible for them, but I don’t want to support their parents by buying gum or anything else from them. I just wish I could do more for the kids, but I don’t know what to do for them.
After watching the singing groups, I got an ice ...
... city. Marco, a Mexican student and affiliate with the study abroad provider took us around the city. First, we walked to this tall mountain area where there is a huge statue of a man on the mountain. It is called the Pípila. We had to take a trolley/elevator thing to get up the mountain to the top. The view from there was absolutely astounding. I can only describe it as overlooking a beautiful painting where every color of the rainbow is used to paint little squares that ...
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