Holiday Inn Salamanca
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... some bottled water. On my way back, a haunting reminder of the violence that exists in parts of Mexico confronted me in an unexpectedly jarring way.
A tow truck had pulled into the gas station and a group of people had gathered around the cargo it was carrying. As I walked past, I saw what they were looking at. A white, semi-new pickup truck was loaded onto the back and it was riddled with no less than fifty half-dollar sized bullet holes. ...
... sure that we had spent more time on buses than in a town, and all we wanted to do was be at the beach. The 5 hours finally rolled around and we boarded the bus to Oaxca with some Mexicans who thought we had lost the plot. The 4.5 hour journey flew by as we woke up in Oaxca, tired disorientated and annoyed we had yet 1 more bus to take to get to Puerto Escondido. Earlier we had researched buses to take from Oaxca and we gathered there ...
... our friend's house, we went out salsa dancing, and then, in a repition of a few weeks ago, we went out for tacos. I was exhausted, but I was overruled so I ended up rolling into bed a little before 6:00 AM.
Saturday was AWESOME! A group of us met up at 1 and we hiked up La Bufa. I can't say exactly how long it took us to hike up it, since we left sometime after 1 from the middle of town. However, I know we were at the top a little after 3 so ...
... of the day to help conserve it. I don’t think this one was planned, but I could be wrong. However, thanks to all the rain, the dams that were empty are now full and tomorrow, Monday, they’re opening the gates. It's not going to help our situation any because it's not the dam we get our water from, at least not clean sink/show water, so we've just got to keep hoping for more rain. However, apparently the opening of the dam will be ...
... our walk I became extremely aware of the fact that I was as tall, if not taller, than 90% of the people we passed. A very strange sensation seeing as I'm use to be on the shorter side of average height.
We did a little shopping--I realized on my flight from Dallas to Mexico that I didn't have a clock or watch so I bought and alarm clock and Rebeca needed some sandals. Oh, and in the market she bought some chicken. It was quite ...