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... how hard I try. I guess the lesson here is enjoy everyday, because the end is coming fast.
For the last month, I've been thinking, drawing, eating, going out, attending school, buying necessities (such as a bra that I bought for the equivalent of $4 USD - WHAT?!), going to the gym, singing, and living this new (but slowly becoming not-so-new) life that I'm completely loving.
With all that being said, I can say once again, that January, was a ...
... for all the exchange students ("Ruta Maya") starts on Sunday and lasts until the 21st of December. We will go to the beaches of Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and many more famous beaches of Mexico. We will also be seeing the Mayan Ruins of that region in Mexico. I am so excited to meet all of the other exchange students from my district and see some of the amazing places Mexico has to offer (besides Tehuacan) ;).
This is Erica in Mexico signing off.
... of the mariachi band), which unfortunately as the guide book for once rightly suggested, had seen better days. It was quite cool seeing all the mariachis hanging out in their gear though, especially the ones dressed all in cream complete with shiny cream-coloured shoes (read some stuff and see some pictures here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariachi)!
Back at the hostel, Frank the hostel-owner also suggested we visit Guanajuato next, so that plan was pretty much set in stone!
Long before I started galavanting around Asia I galavanted around the SW US. Some tales. All the dates will be wrong. So I'll keep after the Asia stuff while I wade through the old blogs. This incident predates even those. ...
... cracked. There was only a wall seperating the 2 countries. There were houses on the Mexican side practically 3 feet from the 'wall'. Back to the US side, the border guard checked our ID's then ask Dave to open his backpack while others just walk right by. We stopped at WalMart . Parking lot is full of cars with Mexican license plates, the store even posted exchange rate for ...