Hotel El Centenario
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... I realized that mine was too small for my laptop power cable :/
So, after some time spent shopping we went back home to play a bit of table tennis. After a while we were joined by Beto (Alberto), another friend of Brandon. Together we headed to the local stadium to watch the game. First of all we had an amazing view over the city from there. And then we had a great time watching the game. The Leones Negros (Black Lions) played well, but unfortunately they lost undeserved with ...
... on my own, only had one tiny sip of Tequila the whole day. It was a small sun-drenched town, which was cool to spend a few hours in and see some street performances, walk round a little bit of the Jose Cuervo shop, jump in to a truck which was a tequila barrel, and get some photos with some American Indian dancers. Didn’t actually really see anyone my kind of age – it was mostly richer and older Americans so I preferred having my day out, stopping to get ...
... and I think we did a pretty good job of that. We had three Great soloists. Rodrigo Leal piano he also plays violin(Bach - Andante), Juan Pablo Medeles violin(John Wiliiams - Theme from Shindler's List) and Mike Leisenbach flute he also plays all the saxes (Ennio Maricone's - Theme from Cinema Paradiso arrainged by Alberto Deloza ...
... big bucks. These Virgin Mary statues (14 different designs) take him 3 - 4 weeks depending on the season to make start to finish and he charges $3,200P or about $260.00US. My guess is that these would be well over $1K NOB.
We were there for well over two hours while Martin took the time not only to explain his art, but to show us as well. We purchased three bird whistles from him, after he showed us a ball ...
... been registered. The poverty cycle cannot break with out educating the young.
At the center we give English classes for all ages who request them, and would like to see this expand. Down the line a ...