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... longer live there he does. And then he made a suggestion that hadn't crossed my mind... come meet me. All of a sudden I felt a rush of excitement and a sharp longing for my LA family. So I checked flights and bam! I'm currently on my way to the concrete jungle and land of eternal sunshine. Turns out it'll be good for me to take an additional two weeks to fully heal from that nasty bug. I felt much better on Saturday and decided to go out salsa dancing with my friend ...
... when I handed it to them. How did it get lost?) My biggest complaint was that I had packed some snacks in there for my time in the airport while I was waiting for Amy to arrive. However, there's always the plus of having one less piece of luggage to carry around and I was told it would probably arrive on the next flight, that night. Anyway, while I was waiting, there was a little art gallery set up that I looked at and then I used that time to get ...
... can't believe I've never seen that movie until now). Suddenly, 14 hours was over and we were in Dallas making the last leg to Mexico. As we were landing, I couldn't help but muse at the stewardess's hesitation when she looked at Mario and contemplated whether to give him the immigration card in Spanish or English. "Yew don't speak Spanish, do yew?" "Ah no. No I don't..." While guffawing quietly to myself, I turned and looked out the window and was immediately ...
This morning we went to Pyramids of Tepoztlan near Mexico City, it was a great experience and I learned quite a bit. The Pyramids are often called Aztec pyramids but they are not they were made several hundred years prior to the Aztech by the Tlachtli. The two main pyramids have been called the Pyramid of the Sun and Pyramid of the Moon, but recent discoveries of statutes on each Pyramid have caused some archaeologists believe that it would be more accurate to call them ...
... of Trotsky, and broke up with "the old man." Trotsky was murdered with an ice-pick in Mexico City by Stalin's order in 1940.
Diego Rivera was considered a prodigy at an early age, and began painting at the age of two. He studied in Spain, France and Italy, and developed a passion for murals. Rivera was active in politics and the Communist ...