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... on the outskirts - DAMN!
One night we met up with Dan and his mate and went bar hopping. Like I mentioned earlier, you wouldn’t know that there were many bars or pubs in town unless you went looking for them and Dan knew where to find them! First stop was a locals pub ands started with mescal with a beer chaser, then a bunch more beers to follow. The interesting thing that Amanda pointed out was the urinal situated literally at the end of ...
... just in case it ends up be problematic.
At 11 o'clock we took a walk around town. We walked down to the main plaza, Plaza de la Paz, along with 2 others, Jardín de la Unión and another, and a huge market, Mercado Hidalgo. The name of the two smaller plazas has the word garden in them because there's grass and lots of trees. I like these a lot because there were speakers up in the trees with music playing. And, they're very pretty. About ...
... city when you can travel on a cablecar back down to town. As we got out of the taxi, we were greeted by doctors, complete with gown, stethoscope, etc The proceeded to take our blood pressure. We initially thought a safety thing being 8000 feet and getting on the cablecar.Then they asked us for a donation for their hospital - DOH'
We gave them a $1 and went on our way, feeling a little violated. A 200 metre walk to then cablecar when Jen and Sarina decided ...
... that it will be the local/regional connections and the grassroots actions that creates the real and lasting changes iinto the future.
Best of luck to my colleagues at the UNDPI conference this week who are ensuring that our partners voices are heard and acknowledged when it comes to issues of global health and development http://www.un.org.au/DPI_NGO_Conference .aspx
... her to correct her English was really, really rewarding. It makes me feel as though I would be a good candidate to teach English in a place like Guanajuato. Maybe I’ll decide to come move here for a year and teach English for a job. That would be a great opportunity to get involved and help people. We’ll see what happens, but I know that I have skills in that area and it’d give me a chance to practice my Spanish even more. Anyway, we’ll see. I say ...