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... in the downtown area.
10/2/14 - We visited the Yuma Territorial Prison which was also known as the "Hell Hole". The structures of the prison still stand as well as a cemetery. 111 prisoners died in this prison - either by disease, killing each other or from trying to escape. Of the 111 prisoners, 104 of them have been buried on-site at the cemetery. It was kind of creepy walking the cemetery knowing that 150 years ...
... a week on the beach near San Juan. It was a fabulous condo with beautiful views from the patio overlooking palm trees and the beach. The weather was warm and tropical. This year we took a food tour in old San Juan and had a great time traipsing around the old city and eating local food. We walked almost every day. On a couple of days ...
... It is in the middle of the desert (you probably assumed this to some degree, but I mean only cacti as far as the eye can see. The museum houses desert wildlife fossils, terrariums, aviaries, aquariums (before you think I'm stupid and tell all your friends how ignorant I am, there are ponds- it's not a sand desert) and open air enclosures.
I split my time in Tucson between Sneha's apartment and the house that Amanda and Celeste share with three other girls (one ...
... before happy hour. (Now we are writing this entry on Tuesday, as we haven't really stopped long enough to write!) from this point on we have just met some lovely and interesting people, and we are now the "team", the "gang", its just nice to be some where long enough, like St. Louis, to learn people's names. Beth and her Daughter Darcy are from Kentucky, and Darcy is doing Dressage at college. Alison is from near Birmingham, but lives ...
... Before he could force me in, a women came running and screaming to let me go. She payed the man for me and took me back to her house.\
At the women's house, I helped prepare dinner, and met some of the other illegals. We had a great meal and watched an exciting soccer game. The lady told me that she would help me earn some money by picking tomatoes at a farm. We would head there next morning. ...