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... Musette's CD that I sing on and my newest CD, so we talked a lot about that then moved onto farming, why Mexico is now the "fattests" country, traveling and mountaintop removal. It was a successful night of Spanish conversation. Coquis (a professor at Centre) would be proud.
Paulina (my "niece"): October 2
Dona Angelita: October 9
Me: October 20
Tomorrow: my momma
... state of excitement.
When Monday came we were up, out and ready at a frankly
ridiculous hour which led to us sitting on the floor of the hospital waiting
room to kill some time. However we were soon met by one of the doctors and
taken to go and get scrubs and shown how to get to the OR. This was the first
time I’d ever worn scrubs, and in all honesty they went to my head; for the
whole day my head was filled with the theme songs for all the ...
The movies are in Spanish w/o subtitles so there goes any entertainment for most of us. We left on time at 0800. It took some 15M to clear the town on Hwy 199. After 0830, took a R on to Hwy 186, toward Chetumal [the very southern capital in the state of Quintana Roo where Cancun and Playa del Carmen are located]. It is sunny as we bomb along on a two lane road. It is hard to judge the speed of the bus.
At 0845, on to Hwy 203 in the ...
... and Rulo are couch surfing hosts as well and they had three Spanish girls in the house as well. After getting to know everyone I discovered that we were going to be celebrating a birthday with a piņata which was excellent fun. We filled the winnie the pooh piņata with sweets took it out to the basketball court, and strung him up. Winnie looked like he had decided to hang himself! we then blindfolded the birthday girl, gave her a broom and made ...
... to the same place. Eventually we set off with the two girls being persuaded their baggage would meet them in Mexico.
We had to stop off at Caye Ambergris to clear customs and get our exit stamps and of course to be ripped off by the customs officials. We were told it would cost $10 to leave but it ended up costing around $25 once they added on "Environmental fees".
A short while later we made it to Chetumal to greet ...