Diego De Mazariegos
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... me a job that day. I´ll be teaching one to one clases mostly to adult learners but with the possibility of some teenagers too. I also spoke to them about Stuart and they said they´d be interested in him too but would obviously have to interview him first. He´s sent them his application and CV so we´re just waiting to hear back about a date for an interview. By the time i´d finished my interview Alex had arrived from Oaxaca so now we were ...
... Zina, was perhaps more modern in that most houses had satellite dishes for television and Internet. While the churches were catholic they followed the Pope's teachings. Our highlight here was a visit to a family home . Here the women had taken up weaving and their home was a workshop with the women involved in weaving and embroidering artefacts for sale and to supplement the family income. 95 year old granny was supervising operations. We were shown how ...
... and at the end of the canyon there is Chicoasen Damn and the largest hydropower plant in Mexico. We were also lucky enough to spot two monkeys and a real crocodile! Apparently is is quite rare to actually see a crocodile, so the tour companies have taken the liberty of putting some pretty realistic, plastic crocodiles on the sides of the river in two places. After the first ...
... it was Sunday did some FaceTime and Skype.
At the aforementioned 3 hour point we met Niall and Danielle a really nice Scottish couple.
His blog puts our paltry effort to shame. http://www.nevworldwonders.com
They introduced us to Aberdeen Angus Malbec. Got awfully drunk whilst repeatedly appraising the wine and eating sweeties, got pizza for the whole hostel (made lots of friends with international yoofs), lost things, found things, lost things ...
... a terraced citadel marked by various pyramids and altars stacked on top of each other, climbing ever vertically to a sky stabbing point. Being nearly deserted, it had a real eerie feeling, as if a lost civilization was hiding behind the stones, watching the trespasser climb around their home. It was fun crawling over this labyrinth of stone and grass, admiring the views across a hazy valley. When I got to the top, ...