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... the Abasto mercado in Mexico City. Guadalajara as second largest in the country boasts an immense one as well and we nearly walked our legs off exploring it this morning.
The fruits and vegetables made you ache for wanting to take them all home with you. If I lived in this town I'd be here every other day--you wouldn't be able to drag me away.
This is the heart of Mexico--it's culture lives here in these isles. It throbs with authenticity. We saw ...
... buses for us!
The bus trip took 5 hours, but the last 1 - 1.5 hour was just navigating the traffic from the edge of the city to the central bus depot. I was eager for the next day to roll around so that I could make my first real impression of Guadalajara. Well what can I tell you about the next morning and seeing this city in the light - ehh not too much had changed.
The next morning Amanda and I wandered from our hostel into the city centre which was about ...
Yep! On March 20th, the 17th day of my internship, I withdrew Mexican pesos for the first time! But, before doing that, I also made maple butter for the students of the French I class to taste it later that day, after I taught them about Canada and Quebec. Well, at 11 AM, I went to a cashier from Bancomer on the campus of the ITESM, campus GDL and they were charging me 70 MXN$ to withdraw any amount up to 5000 MXN$. So, we took a try at another cashier, ...
Because we arrived very late Sunday, we slept a lot and we only woke up at 11 AM. Then, we took a breakfast (it was actually 1 PM when we ate it) in "family". Afterwards, I began my presentation on the maple syrup and the "maple sugar time" due on Tuesday. As we were going out for supper, one of Jorge's neighbours arrived and began explaining us that she was making the whole neighbourhood sensitive to the problems caused by the ...
Tuesday, March 12th began slowly, as well as any other weekday, because I don't have to go to class early and I take it easy here! So, that morning, I worked on my blog, I chatted on Facebook with my girlfriend and I did some Spanish vocabulary exercises. At 1 PM, I met with Gloria Alicia Romero, a Mexican teacher who gives French 1 courses in the Language Center. She asked me to do the same presentation I did about Canada and Quebec with the students in the French 4 class, but ...
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