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So what do we say about the last few days. It actually has gone pretty fast. It's amazing how time seems to fly by when you are lying in a hammock.
On Friday we got up at daylight (6am) and went for a walk "downtown" while it was still cool, got a few grocery-type items, contemplated some fresh tuna; then walked back. Had to avoid the wild turkey on the street in front of the grocery store. Hmmm who says everything comes in cello ...
... the next morning (Leah's 43rd birthday), we got a call from Leone, who asked us to rush over to their hotel and get Vin an ambulance. Now, Vin is an incredibly healthy, youthful, and vibrant 80-year-old. But, he had had his first ever grand mal seizures during the night. Two of them. An ambulance whisked Vin, Leone, and Leah to a private hospital in downtown Oaxaca, where he had a cat scan and began consulting with doctors, Leah translating ...
"Whoa guys I know it's hot but you don't
need to take all of your clothes off – oh it's a nudist beach well
that explains it then". OK boys here's another piece of culture for
you, and now you can see that everyone has the same pieces just in
many different shapes and forms. It took them a while before they
could stop giggling but after a day it was just another nude body -
right up ...
So that's the end of our sojourn in the mountains or at least in San Jose Del Pacifico. With a clear sky, sunshine and a mild morning we have donned the rucksacks and set off to the village (about 15 min walk). It’s generally the most we have to walk with the rucksacks which is fortunate really because they are rather heavy.
I am three months into my travels and I am still not happy with the packing process. Each time we come to move on and pack our ...
It seems impossible that we leave on Friday, trying to remember what has happened in the three weeks is rather difficult, everything is a sunny haze, characterised by a lot of ice cold beers and margheritas, swims in warm seas, and baby cuddling.
Its safe to say that Matilda is one of the most beautiful babies I have ever seen. She has changed a lot since we first got here, and is now smiling and starting to chat to us, making all my Psychology work into ...