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... my fears about not speaking Spanish fluently were more or less assuaged by the fact that everyone speaks more English than I do Spanish. That always makes me feel bad because I really feel I ought to know more or do better. But I try whenever I can and everyone has been really good about helping me. I am finding that I can understand what I'm hearing a lot better than I expected I would. That was definitely a pleasant surprise.
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... ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">A beer only costs $2.50…. Oh oh…….;-);
... 7th floor overlooking the square where popular artist Marco Antonio Solis was giving a free performance. He was really quite good, though not my usual cup of tea. In fact yesterday was Republic day and started earylly quiet with no traffic on our street - the army having cordoned off the main square. It took me a while to realize that they where ...
... or fatigue. Increasing endurance has been proven to release endorphins resulting in a positive mind.
I have hated running most of my life. Traumatized by a PE class in school where I had to run for 1 minute with all my classmates trailing and pushing behind me. My throat, shoulders and head hurt and I felt so embarrassed that I was put off running for many years to come.
Today we drove into Mexico City and went to a anthropology museum. It was amazing, we learnt lots about the Mayans and the Aztecs who were the first tribes in Mexico. We then went into town and visited the Opera house which had lots of beautiful paintings in it done ...