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... de Santo Domingo, dedicated to dogs. The interior was so opulent and ornate that you are left in awe of the art and architecture at the same time that you are left wondering how the poor could have benefited from the Church's beneficence if the funds had been more wisely spent. I guess this is the same the world over. Next we walked down a street that the locals call Rua de Dulce. It contains confectionary shops of local delicacies. We were lucky ...
... outside of Puebla. The altars are usually decorated with marigolds, colorful beans, rice and pictures. There are often food and drinks added to the altars as offerings to those who have passed away. Every altar was different and beautiful in its own ...
... in the background as well. Then there was the amazing water fountain and kids running through it all lit up with their coloured lights. Magic!
Had a few minutes before dinner to go into the Metropolitan Cathedral ...
... can opener but the balcony railing did the trick.
The wifi seemingly worked best in the open rotunda-like area of the 4th floor. Got the day's diary up to date so far which is fine, chilling the late afternoon hours of the day.Group rendezvous by 1930 for the evening's festivities. Julian and Jillian ["JJ"] have done alot of goody two shoes' volunteering work, mostly in Spanish-speaking countries. Don't think JJ are ...
After the most abnormally wet and cool spring ever in Jaen, warm weather is FINALLY upon us. In true Spanish fashion, pretty much everyone complained about how cold the spring was, and how it's like "living in the north" down here. Of course, the very day that the weather changed, they all began complaining that they don't like so much heat and that it's ...