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... before she had to leave to get a massage (something I'll probably do half-way through because it's cheap and I think I'll have deserved it big time by then), and, after hearing me go on and on of how cool a place it is, invited me to stay here to study while she getting massaged.
Well, they weren't lying when they called this an intense course! So, a general idea of my daily routine for you all. I get up ...
... strawberry milk. Now, I'm not talking Nesquik strawberry milk, but liquified strawberries thinned out with milk. Delicious! After dinner, I went straight to my bedroom to do a little typing and email answering before going to bed at 11.
After one day here, I can confidently say I can make my way to school and back. It only involves 2 or 3 streets, depending on how I go. Now that I have the important place down, I've got to work on the rest of the city!
... extremely little. The gallery however was, for me, surprisingly good and very enojoyable. That night we enjoyed a fancy meal before heading out to a number of bars, back to our hostel, before getting a second wind and heading to more bars including a salsa bar in which we found ourselves a little out of place not able to talk the talk or walk the walk! After a near-sunrise late night we were due to leave for mexico city, but due to a drunken miscalculation, we ...
... a story I only recall from reading a children's version many years ago. It reminded me of pacing through the Renoir exhibition in Paris with a special man I met there almost this time last year. I was really impressed and felt somewhat guilty for never researching mexican painters. I could imagine so many of them on my walls when I have my own house.
Every time we went inside a church or museum, we tied Brody up on the closest (and strongest) thing ...
... variation of beans and rice and tortillas, but always very good. Then I've got the afternoon and evening free and either the school is organizing something (we went on a tour of the city Monday, which was really helpful; today we tour an old silver mine outside the city) or I run into classmates to have dinner with or wander on my own. Yesterday I spent half an hour just sitting in a garden watching kids play by a fountain, then discovered the huge indoor market, the size ...