- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in Mexico! Anyway, the soccer game was good fun. The actual playing wasn't all that exciting because the final score was 2-0, the home team lost, so there was no jumping up and down in excitement. However, it was still very entertaining. There was plenty of yelling when refs didn't call penalties and so I pretended I cared and made a lot of noise too. As always, any new experience leads to some cultural learning. First, when your ...
... the color of and tasted like cranberry juice, but a little sweeter and not quite as strong. I'll have to make sure I get the name of that because it was delicious!
After breakfast I met up with Amy, and her new housemate Stephen at school so that Stephen could get everything set up and I could print off some things. Plus, we all had to get our computers set up so we could connect to the school's Internet. Well, the plan was to do ...
... suffering from the combined effects of a cold that won't go away, a stomach bug, and altitude, found this a bit much to take. We got on the next bus down the hill and headed back to our accommodation (with lovely couch-surfing host Kay). We left there in good time but the local bus to the inter-city terminal took forever to arrive and then moved through the city streets like glue. We made it with a minute to spare - phew!
Day 38 (1/24/11): 91km
We are up by 8am, but the rest of the family sleep until 9:30am. Yannick and Salvador go into town to pick up a USB drive to copy some of our photos. When they come back, Yannick works on Sal leaves again. We finish packing, but want to wait until Sal returns before we can take off. When he finally does, we all have a quick lunch together and say goodbye to the family. We ride out bicycles into town and meet Sal again at the restaurant ...
... for a week-and-a-half). If you think about it, that means we have seven girls living in our house! It is crazy! It never feels like that much, though, because people live in really different parts of the house and because everyone is always in and out. Anyway, during lunch, we had to eat our soup fast so that they could use the bowls for the other girls. It was funny. I think buying Magda some new bowls would be helpful. Maybe that is what I’ll get her as a parting gift.