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... just verbal and written words. Jackie’s method was far more effective. Between the gestures and her Spanish, which I understood far better than that of the native speakers, I was sort of able to follow their conversation, and once I actually interjected a vocabulary word that Jackie didn’t know.
We waited some more. I felt like a prisoner. But whose prisoner was I?
Fernando’s? I could have walked back to town. It was only three or ...
... me a bunch of questions that I didn’t understand. Just as I was getting flustered, Susana, walking by on her way to get water, came to my rescue. “Tacos dorado,” she ordered for me. The tacos weren’t what I expected. They were deep fried and served with lettuce and cheese on top, and utterly delicious. I cleaned my plate, not thinking twice about eating the lettuce.
... lot of little red fiddler crabs scuttling over the sand and under the palm leaves littering the ground.
The heat was getting to me. Vicente estimated it was about 40 degrees C, which is around 100 F, and my mind had shut off. I couldn’t bear to return to the others so I could just sit around and wait some more in the hot sun. When Scott and Laura said they were going back to their hotel to rest, I went back to town with them to sit around and wait in my hot hotel room.
... strapped situation, but I also felt a little uncomfortable accepting Fernando’s largesse, after all, I wasn’t supposed to have shown up until seven tonight.
Fully laden plates were set in front of each of us by a waiter who had a spoon in a pocket on his upper arm. I didn’t recognize one of the dishes. It had a rubbery texture and I didn’t like it because I suspected it was seafood and I don’t like ...
... hacía mucho calor hay espacios sombreados donde descansar y admirar las pirámides, además es muy verde y con un paisaje muy bonito. Lo que no me gusta de Tajín es que no se puede subir a ninguna estructura -posiblemente por eso esté tan bonito y cuidado-, pero para mi el subir a una pirámide es parte de la experiencia arqueológica mexicana y además es buen ejercicio. El museo es chico y le falta información pero es agradable y exhiben una serie de ...
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