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... container it came in) filled with beef, slices of cactus, cheese, and onion with a side of re-fried beans, tortillas, chilies, and salsa. I didn't touch the chilies or the salsa--the salsa the meat was sitting in was making me sweat enough as it was! The presentation of the food made me think of an octopus so I thought it was worth mentioning and showing. :) It was really good, though. I enjoyed it as I watched people in the plaza. I wanted to get back to ...
... to the La Cruz church - a historically significant church, about a couple of blocks away. Donna was the first one to say, "Wow", when she saw it. At 4 o'clock, a very elderly, priest gave us a half hour tour of the building. He was a little hard to understand but we got the gist of what had happened in the building.
The original convent and temple was built in 1654 but about 100 years later, it was replaced by a Baroque building that was built on the site ...
... with just grazes, scratches and blood to wipe away. VICKY I'M SO SORRY!!!
After a great and eventful day we came back to our hostel to just chill, but we were met with an absolute mental case. Firstly her "son" was definitely a girl dressed in pink and with long hair, the poor thing. Then, everything that came out of her mouth was just crazy talk such as "Oh Prince Phillip and Kate can't ...
... in the final construction for opening the
orphanage. We were all blessed to be a
part of it. We were all thankful to all
those who had gone before that had been faithful to get us to that point. I was talking with Rick later and mentioned
that the whole experience is bittersweet, should the work been done many years
ago if people and finances had not dropped off, probably, should there be kids
running through the halls in a safer place than ...
... went up the light turned red and the alarm went off (just like it did every morning that week) he looked in then looked at the tank then came back to talk to me. I responded in English that it was a tank for water and after a few minutes of English / Spanish tennis I he finally asked me to pull over, which I got. He then asked me out of the truck and by this time I saw that Quinn had stopped and so I went into 'stall' mode while I waited for him to walk over. I ...
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