Los Pilares Hotel
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This is the tale of El noche de los rabanos Part I -Day time :
The morning walk to school had the city buzzing with activity, so we decided to check out the scene at the Zocalo where the exposition of the art work for the competition of the El noche de los rabanos was getting set up. The streets leading into the Zocalo were shut off from traffic and ...
So leaving from Mexico City, I forgot how much I hate carrying my broken backpack. It's snapped off at the bottom, and unfortunately no amount of dental floss will fix this one! Instead I have to put up with it hanging loose and putting all the strain on my neck, so maybe one day I might develop some of those stupid muscles people go to the gym and aspire so hard to look like mutant ninja turtles.
Got a very late bus to Oaxaca , where I would meet up and stay with Masha, who I ...
... staple foods like rice and beans.
We also had an opportunity to spend a couple of afternoons with an organization called Oaxaca Street Children Grass roots http://www.oaxacastreetchildrengrassroo ts.org. Their goal is to get as many children off the streets selling trinkets etc. and into regular public school. The organization sponsors children from poor families and provides them with a school uniform, shoes, ...
... and a gift from Australia, it was only a little koala with a boomerang but she seemed to love it, she had a big smile when I gave it to her and she said she knows about the koala bears. We were at the bus station with plenty of time to stock up on food and drinks for the trip, there was a subway so we got a sandwich to take with us. We were on the bus and on our way to Puerto Escondido by 9.40am. Over the next 11 hours we listened to music, watched ...
On the subject of animals, we continue to be amused by the fact that Micah and Zola’s school has a pet pig. “Pepe” the pig. One day per school week, Micah is in charge of feeding and watering Pepe and cleaning up his droppings. On weekends, families volunteer to stop in to do the same. Our family collects all of our food scraps for Pepe. Normally, he gets cucumber peels, fibrous broccoli stems, ...