Hotel La Casona De Tita
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... but in reality it is much more. It usually happens when people get together for a party or a celebration. IT is time spent with friends and family sharing, food, stories, time together and enjoying it all. I love that they have a word for that, I love to think about the things that I know in my life that deserve a word. We know how to convivir and love to do so but now I have a word for it.
There is also a closeness that the people have here that ...
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Bags all packed and locked away in the hotel storage.
Then off at ...
... evening to belt out their favorite ballads. Another afternoon while we were aimlessly strolling along a street, a local approached us and asked if we would like to see a nearby gourmet food market. His English was very good and as we could see many people in the area we reluctantly followed him, but not sure what to expect. He walked us through many aisles explaining the produce and what it was used for, what to look for ...
... his favorite), papaya skin, stale tortillas … you get the idea. I’m sure he was in hog heaven (oh, I just couldn’t resist) when we recently brought in most of an overripe pineapple.
May 1 was a big holiday in Oaxaca – the Day of the Worker/ Labor Day. As such, workers marched and celebrated in the center of Oaxaca, and the main square in San Felipe del Agua, just a few blocks away from our ...
... others. When he was telling everyone he knew that his 'fungal infection' was clearing up, did he know he was dying of AIDS?
These letters are not really very revealing, except for Elizabeth's occasional footnotes, which, as above, are usually at odds with the text. A lot of things annoy Chatwin (Thatcher, for example), and although we can easily infer the reasons, he doesn't provide much in the way of argument. South Africa in 1984 is not as bad as ...