Hotel Mi Casita
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... Sarah and I all had on dresses and sandals because we were planning on going to church but ended up not so our outfits and shoe choice wasn't the best, but really it was the lack of fitness that killed walking back up the hill. Back down in town we did a little shopping and I ended up buying a hat, two rings, a bracelet, earrings and a shot glass. At 2:30pm we met back up with the group to tour the Churh of Santa Prisca since at that ...
... 100 NZ) for a trip that was 2 hours there and 2 hours back, with a 2 hour stop in Taxco. Crazy cheap! Sadly it was hard to do this beautiful old town of Taxco justice in only 2 hours. Taxco is a UNESCO protected town. All the buildings were white with clay tiled roofs, and set in to very steep hills with cobblestone streets. There were VW beetle taxis everywhere. A very popular tourist destination, largely due to its history of being a silver mining ...
... of passing the course! I have been trying to do something about it and I spent an hour last week with one of the Spanish students so she could help me with what I needed to learn for the spoken part of the exam. I think we are going to try and make some time so she can help me and I can help her with her English.
Tomorrow I have an exam for my North America course. Last weekend I managed to get the essay written for that course and I think ...
... fists, and we part ways.
I am a mime. I don't need makeup, and I can't speak other than with my hands. I catch a lot of funny looks as I stand out quite a bit. I am the real deal.
I'd like to think that I've made some kind of mime archive or photo album somewhere in Mexico. At the very least I'll always remember them, and I think I'm starting to figure out what it's like to be the new guy in town.
Life is good.
The Rosca de Reyes is one of my (many) favorite traditions in Mexico. It is especially important to me, however, because the first time I did it on my own (without Casa HOY) I didn't have any money and I basically ended up eating rosca for the next few days. But the idea of tradition, even if it’s not my own cultural tradition, is something that is important to conserve, especially if ...