Hotel Loma Linda
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The hotel is simple. It doesn't offer anything beyond what's need to be comfortable. Everyone is friend, speak English and more than helpful
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... in Canada - Groundhog Day. Lol
We have noticed that, for the past two weeks, women having been sewing white lacy doll clothes and life-sized baby dolls were being sold in the market. The custom here, is for a family member to place a doll, representing the baby Jesus, in the Nativity scene at Christmas time and then to dress it up in fine clothes and present it in the church on February 2nd.
Also on this day, the people who found a little doll in their rosca ...
... Paid the 57 pesos / NZ $5.36 / US 4.40 and wandered in. By now I was starting to feel tired and my brain certainly did not want to stop to read the various English descriptions on the many exhibits.
... is only 5km up the road and is the place Bobbie is most excited to see. After a while we got a 6 pack of 16oz Tecate beers, which was $7, everything is so cheap. We also got hamburgers from room service and set in for the night. We spent the night researching hotels and things to do and watching tv, most channels are Spanish but you get the occasional English movie and the music channels are English depending ...
... because the city is famous of
making its own silver). It looked pretty cheap to me so I didn’t buy anything.
We hanged around in city, drank some beer and went back to our hotel to drink
some more beer at the terrace. In the night we went for something to eat at an
Italian restaurant. Haven’t had worse pizza in my life before, but the vibe was
good and I really enjoyed it. The next day we wanted to go to the top of the ...
... infrequent necessity of the work, making inroads into the local Crossfit, taking boxing lessons from a crazy Mexican, trying my best to understand the history, culture and current state of affairs in this amazing, but complex place, fighting to open bank accounts, sort visas, get half my clothes released from customs and generally trying to make new friends and attempting to remember whether I'm coming or going.