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... single crack in the stonework. Hmmmmmm.
So after 3 busy days it was a sad farewell to Oaxaca and to Bernardo, the very charming manager of the Casa de Sierra Azul hotel. Hope he makes it to Australia some time.
Next stop party central Cancun for a day and then the drive around the peninsula begins. We'll post again from Chetumal or Belize.
Love to all!
Denise & ...
... ordered a great whole chicken grilled up and served with rice, beans tortillas and fresh avocadoes and amazing hot sauce and just plopped down with a group of men sitting and doing the same.
We have come to the conclusion that we do not like being called gringo. They other word they use for white people here is guero, which more or less means blondie. This terms is a bit more of a term of endearment. Gringo is not. After ...
... the drawings that are placed on walls by volunteer artists and the tapestries that are hung for public display. They're almost always colorful and eye-catching, at the very least.
Well, Elly thinks that our Water Saga may amuse you, so I'll leave it to her to tell the tale. Then on to the photo essay.
The Water Saga
For those of you who are not interested in the intricate details of living in ...
... not been changed from 4:55pm to 5:55pm like the email I received this morning had said. So I made my way to the designated gate, to find the flight was suddenly gone from all screens. I reassured myself it would appear again and would fly out at 5:55pm. Sure enough, after eating, and only 30 minutes before the flight, a gate was assigned. Thank God! On the plane, I chatted with a friendly lady about everything from her kids to my trip, and ...
... certainly did our share to add to the school coffer.
Wednesday, December 19 marked the last day of school in 2012 for Micah and Zola. On that day, they were treated to a nice surprise – a field trip to a farm for rescued animals. I was recruited to be a chaperone/driver and was struck, amused, and delighted by how very Mexican the experience was. We had four cars for twelve students and seven adults, but figured we could get ...