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... ll see if I have time to go next week.
After my dance class this week, Chava, the instructor, mentioned to me that he had opened his own dance studio and invited me to come on Friday to check it out. So, I convinced Amy to come with me, which was a good thing because I would have never found it. We had to walk through a little sunglasses store and go up some stairs to the third floor. The building use to be a hotel so ...
... preparation at the Blues Fest one year for a free entry to the Blues Fest, plus getting free
meals in the Blues Fest volunteer's tent during the Blues Fest. We worked in the kitchen at Algonguin College to prepare the Blues Fest food. My first job at food preparation at the
Blues Fest was slicing up 80 boxes of mushrooms. That is real work.. After slicing up 80 boxes
of mushrooms I took a little ...
... one of most influential artists in Mexican culture.
I went back to my host's place and spent the afternoon napping and reading. It's a real treat!
Callejon del Beso is a popular spot in town, but I only discovered it by accident when I saw lots of people crowding the alleyway. It's very similar to Sevilla, and the story about neighbors kissing each other from their balconies because ...
... strawberry milk. Now, I'm not talking Nesquik strawberry milk, but liquified strawberries thinned out with milk. Delicious! After dinner, I went straight to my bedroom to do a little typing and email answering before going to bed at 11.
After one day here, I can confidently say I can make my way to school and back. It only involves 2 or 3 streets, depending on how I go. Now that I have the important place down, I've got to work on the rest of the city!
... We had breakfast at a random spot with no name, where we were the only guests and the owner was the only server, cook, and overall employee. As we requested things he dashed out the door to buy them at the store. It was the best service and best breakfast I’d had in a long time, and we learned that this man’s family had owned the delicious little unassuming restaurant for 33 years.
As we climbed to the trailhead after, the view of the city was ...