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... conversations with Andrea ( mi Profesora de Espanol)whether walking through the market looking for the best tiendas with hierbas medicinales, queso fresco, verduras, flores etc. or sitting in the courtyard of the school talking about raising kids, different types of medicinal plants and their uses or our families. I truly appreciate how candid and sincere our conversations are and how tolerant Andrea is of my ...
... others. After a Caffe latte grande we walked a few blocks North to the church of St Domingo, where we were lucky enough to experience a WONDERFUL (free) concert given by the Filarmonica Oaxaca.
This proper job orchestra treated us to a program of
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... br> The next day, our household help, Fernanda, arrived with a big smile and hauled bucket after bucket of water to 2 large plastic garbage containers on the first and second floors, then heated great pots of water for our "cowboy baths," as they call them (sponge baths, as we would say). I love her and intend to give our first-born male child to her ... or whatever else she wants.
During the following 9 days, ...
... good - way different flavor to our chocolate, more bitter I guess? We saw them grinding up the cacao beans in the store and tried a few, pretty cool. Had a ridiculously large lunch - I thought I was ordering a small tostada type thing but it was like a Mexican pizza, enormous. Gave our Spanish a workout at the market and bought a variety of vegetables (Mexico city was seriously lacking vegetables!) to cook up for dinner. Finding mushrooms was a biiiiiiiiig challenge but everyone ...
From that point on, not much changed. I plugged along with a couple of younger runners. The aid stations gave out disposable plastic water bottles, rather than cups of water. I opted not to take any water, but in a cool show of sportsmanship, one of the guys I was battling with took a swig of water and offered me the rest. I graciously declined his offer, and reflected on what a heart-warming gesture it had been.