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Morning breakfast was to be had at the university i said that the university looked like any university it did however in the mornings it was filled with students selling fruits drinks etc. Imagine if our universities did that. I had fresh fruit for 15 pesos less than 1.50. The breakfast was only 15 cents yes 15 cents unfortunately it was only cereal but still cannot complain. Then Internet for 30 minutes with ...
... was true. Also we offered her and her son a Bible study that she happily accepted. The congregation will contact her first to make sure its all ok, but she is very sure that her son wants to and will take the study also.
A young sister and her son (maybe 10 years old?) asked if they could take some photos with us, they explained that her husband had died 2 months ago and that they were downtown to deal with a lot of legal work, which takes a lot of time ...
... each other and scored a $100 peso discount of the already cheap ($400 peso) tickets. Seeing as we had limited time before the wrestling, we raced around to all the rides. At one point after lining up for twenty minutes, we decided to buy a Flash pass (conveniently, $100 pesos) and skip the lines for three rides. This turned out to be an awesome decision, as we practically went right to the front of the best rides, saving us probably two hours in waiting ...
... not always any good), people on the streets are constantly shouting at you to buy their products, whether street vendors or shop-owners and peace and quiet aren't really ideas that are valued, so there are no quiet coffee shops or the like as you'd find in London, Paris or even New York. It's fascinating but overwhelming, and I can safely say that I would not want to live here! I went up to a viewing deck in the tallest skyscraper today and took some pictures of the ...
... Oaxacan cheese, meant to be lowfat, is stringy and tastes salty.
While eating, I heard this soothing 'flute-like' music. I saw people looking up the sky, then I saw a large pole. Curious, I came close to the pole and saw four colorfully dressed natives hanging upside down, arms stretched, as if in a trance, with a roped tied to their waist from the top of the pole. They are revolving (swinging) around the pole. The rope unwinds ...