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Travel Blogs from La Piedad
A sad day. Just as I (and surprisingly Yang) was becoming extremely comfortable and familiar with this place, its time already to say goodbye. I think I would/could enjoy living here for a few years if the opportunity/timing arose. I was thinking about this today and the one thought that occurred to me was that if we lived here, we would miss Asia/Australia a lot but at the same time, if we moved back, we would miss ...
... event, to the markets :) Here we spent hours looking through all the shops at all the crazy random stuff from coloured wooden animal-vision sculptures to ceramic skulls to tiled mirrors to beaded jewelery to purses and ponchos and maracas and loads of skulls! I ended up buying a skull, a mirror, a frame, some paper flag things and some bookmarks. Rachelle ended up buying half the market. By this time it was 4pm so headed back to the hostel stopping at ...
... banging some drums. After tying themselves to a rope they then made tumbled backwards off the top and swung all the way down and around the pole. The Anthropology Museum was interesting, but we all just kept laughing at each other and the stupid things we were doing/saying... blame it on the altitude. We then continued exploring this fascinating city. Interesting fact about the Mexican Metro, they have separate sections along ...
Weds 29th February 2012
After spending some quality time at home enjoying all the home comforts, Christmas, birthdays among other things, we thought we'd continue our America's journey and flew to Mexico City to start up the Central American leg of the trip. So just after half past 9 Wednesday morning, we all got in the car (including Ruby the dog) and headed to Heathrow to catch a flight at 12.40pm. After checking in and saying our goodbyes, we wandered round ...
... and told us the doctor was on his way. Twenty minutes later, an old man appeared, stopping to greet his wife in the kitchen on the way in, who looked like a cartoon crazy old professor (white coat, big glasses, deep wrinkles and white hair sticking up at various angles). After a quick prod at my belly, he concluded that something was wrong with my stomach which was making me feel lousy, but he didn’t know exactly what it was so he prescribed me ...
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