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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Domo to facilitate activities; otherwise, parishioners pray in the native language as they see fit. We went into the church and several groups had gathered, each offering fruit, vegetables or coca cola (yes!) along with lighting a large number of candles to their departed. Occasionally, a chicken is sacrificed and as we were leaving two folk entered carry chickens in a box. This is no KFC. The pride of the Tzotzil was vividly demonstrated four days prior to our visit. The ...
... but it was also very busy up there as preperations were being made for the annual festival to San Cristobal which would be happening on Saturday. After this we headed down to the shops as now that weŽd solved our camera roblem our new daily task was to tryand find Stuart a new pair of shoes as his walking boots had well and truly had it.The hunt involved a repeat of what had happened every time weŽd looked for shoes for him in Spain which ...
... for it and walked out, no longer directionless.
Others may disagree.
As I am now heading back to Guatemala tomorrow after this little detour, I have let my pesos run down, having already paid for the bus ticket. Supposedly I will be exempt from the exit tax as this visit is under the seven day period.
It better be, unless they take US dollars.
Or Ulster Bank notes.
At least I am now back on line with hotmail. Hurrah!
... and some resentment in the last months, feeling trapped in a place and situation that I had no control over, waiting for things to be resolved, not necessarily filled with confidence that we would have enough students to make it worthwhile. A very similar feeling to being trapped in Aguascalientes and the bad work environment, waiting for my work visa and residency to be processed. It has worked out very well though. We had 5 students for the Chi Nei ...
... Marta and in the Argentinian culture it is a drink prepared to share specifically with friends. After leaning that, how could we say no. I took a sip and thought... "Oh yuck no thanks"...haha, but I truly loved the beauty behind the sharing with friends part. We then embarked on a conversation that covered many stories of the differences between our countries. We taught them about wine a clock on Friday afternoon which they loved and they taught us about 'Friends day'. A ...