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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 ...
... the other team's fans, 2) at your team's fans, or 3) onto the field, depending on what you're upset about. Apparently toilet paper is also acceptable for throwing. So, if you learning nothing from all my blogs, learn this. If you ever go to a soccer game in Mexico, the nosebleed seats are the way to go! (Which, luckily, is where we were!) Now, the section we were in was called the Preferred Seating section. Considering how high up we ...
... clears up quickly. This should be a daily, if not bi-daily, occurence.
This evening I had orientation so I met a few more people in my program. There's one girl in the program that lives in Maryland Heights--crazy! For those of you not familiar with St. Louis, or at least the area I live in, she probably lives about 10 or 15 minutes from me. We had the orientation at an Italian restaurant, ...
... was an effort, and we accomplished very little, but we tried to make up for it the following day by doing some more cultural stuff. First of all however, we got to try a local delicasy of ´últra-high concentration chocolate drink´that gave us a huge sugar rush! Following this we visited the museum and Diego Rivera´s home and gallery. The museum was better than guadalajara, but again not spectacular, probably not helped by our limited spansih, which has no moved from ...
When it was still dark outside early Friday morning, huge booms from the center of town, way down the hillside, woke me up. I heard bands playing like you hear in a parade and thought at first I must be imagining. When I asked Raquel at breakfast (in Spanish - curtsy!) what all the noise was, she said a church (the Iglesia de Compania, refering to the company of God, I later learned)was celebrating the festival of ...
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