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... on, we spent the rest of the day with her and her three sons. They were on vacation together, visiting from Mexico City for a few days. We went to the silver mines and learned about the different tools they used and how they collected the metal. The family we met then invited us to go with them to a museum of inquisition, where we saw the different devices that were used to torture people during the Inquisition. We also saw the square where people came to watch. Alissa and I ...
... to use before we're completely out of water.
I went to salsa and danced with one of the new students that's learning super quickly so it's more fun now that they'll learning more. Friday night one of the teachers had a party at her house to say good-bye to all the students who had graduated. It was good times as always, and we went out to go dancing afterwards. We went to the same place as before, and I had ...
... waiting at the stop as we turned the corner. We sped up a little, only to find that it was full. Now, I don't mean each seat was taken. I mean each seat was taken, as was the entire walkway. Not only that, but the stairs going up into the bus was full, and I'm pretty sure the one girl was sitting on the dashboard area. I wanted to take a picture so badly, it was the epitamy of a clown car.
Lunch today was mole on chicken and ...
... El Pipila smeared the wooden doors with tar and set them alight so that the insurgents could get in and take it.
Casa Museo Diego Rivera
The house where artist and husband of Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, was born. The ground floor has been preserved as it was back in the day (with a suprising numbers of beds in it), whilst the other floors display examples of Rivera's and some other artists' work.
Museo de las Momias
... to the bankruptcy of the Spanish economy with an overabundance of silver and gold that led to devaluations, at least that's what Jamie said (does anyone know more about this? I'd like to learn more). Miners were forced laborers, i.e. slaves, and got one meal a day and perhaps one drink of water if they happened to pass by the water supply. Black lung and probably other hazards were common, and once Mexicans started working in the ...
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