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... an encore refrain, the families enjoyed a pot-luck together. Only this pot-luck didn’t include any Vienna sausages in barbecue sauce, or macaroni-n-cheese, or Jello salad. We ate fresh salsa, guacamole, seasoned pork on tostadas, baked squash, beans, and apple pastries for dessert. Micah and Zola enjoyed jumping on the school trampoline in their costumes, together with all eleven of their classmates, before we gathered our things ...
... later, she arrived, and said that the election officials had not begun counting the people in line. Nobody in line knew whether they had a shot of getting in. So we waited.
After two hours, it was hot and people were starting to get restless. It started as a light fun adventure. Of course, everyone wanted to know why the gringa was waiting in line. My answer was always “to accompany my host ...
... another couchsurfer visiting town. He's French. They invited me to have mezcals which I politely declined – not only don't I drink, mezcal is just sheer poison! One sip went straight to my head like wasabe!
I had to see it. The real thing happens in July every year. Zoe, my host, explained to me that the dancing is part of the contribution to the community. Each member of the community has to ...
... bus the next day without judgement. And here I was, walking about with filthy legs. Latina women's eyes are magnets for dirt, and I could see ladies immediately eyes my legs with disapproval. "I kjnow!" I wanted to say "I"m gong to clean them I promise! I had an accident! Don't judge me!" I finally passed a small food court and borrowed some napkins and water to clean myself up and go about my adventure.
There are a few tricks to traveling in Latin America. One of ...
... how HUGE it is.
We walked around the small village. Had a tortilla and sampled some local Mezcal. Also, had some Oxacan chocolate covered coffee beans!
Paid my first 3 peso to use the ladies room! They give you a ticket and 2 squares of toilet paper at the door! Good thing I was told to always have some in my purse! LOL
Back at the Cabin on the Mountain, enjoying the sunshine and little Creme de Mezcal!
Going to give Jordy a bath and make some ...