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... not be literally translated) is, "may it go well with you" and your response is, "equally". Every time Daphne or I manage to hear it, as it is usually mumbled, and we get in a Igualmente, the kids give us a high five.
We are also coming along enough with our language that we do not sound like total idiots despite still having trouble conjugating verbs on the fly. It is part of the problem of knowing about the other tenses is that when you realize it ...
Arrived safely into Mexico City and found our way to Hotel Isabel in the downtown Historic centre. The first thing we noticed as we walked around this big city was the amount of police presence everywhere. In any given city block we would see at least 10 usually more police men and women walking around or just leaning against a building. We later found out that riot police had been bought into many of the Mexican cities because of ...
Yes, I am still alive. For the record, I've had the convenience of wifi at this hostel, but that won't always be the case. So if I don't post for awhile sometimes, no I'm not dead (hopefully), I'm just in a third world country. I'm lucky to have constant wifi in Oaxaca. Now about today: it was not as interesting as the last tour I did, but it was still a lot of fun! Michael joined me for this tour (you'll see him in one of the videos from Monte Alban), but we were the only ...
... a fungus of the marrow, but one that was known only from the corpse of a killer-whale cast upon the shores of Arabia, and from ten healthy Chinese peasants all of whom had died. Had I been consorting with killer-whales? Or with Chinese peasants? 'Peasants,' I said decisively ... We went to peasant feasts, slept in peasant houses."
His wife Elizabeth adds a footnote: "We didn't sleep in peasant houses -- we were in a hotel in Lijiang."
... as part of the pilgrimage to “Virgen
de Guadalpe”. All the way through the mountains we kept coming across small
vans decorated and holding many runners who were taking turns to jump out the back
of the van and run their “leg” carrying, what appeared to be, an Olympic style
torch. As we passed through the small villages there were many people,
especially children, lining the road to cheer them along. I found it hard ...