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... LaCrosse is a full on crazy fest, but when we walked up, it was one small plot with a tent and a bar with live music playing.. I felt the music in my bones, but those bones were not in the mood for dancing. The people that were around kept asking me why I wasn't dancing and I didn't have an answer for them. I was having a good time and everything, but between the exhaustion, lack of familiarity with most of the songs and excessively loud speakers, I wasn't feeling the dancing ...
Blog #2 from Che: Pre and Post First Day of School
Thursday, September 4, 2014
Today was Anya’s 2nd day of school. I start tomorrow. Anya and I have to wear this uniform, and we look like little German school kids. She had a really good time at school yesterday and made a few friends. I went to Valencia with my mom and dad while she was in school.
It's pretty cool walking around ...
... br> Anyway I ended up with bananas, white toast bread which is sweet, a packet of frozen chicken pieces, carrots, new potatoes, frozen mixed veges, and orange juice and milk.
I also found a huge pkt of the best digestive biscuits I have ever tasted, made in Spain, and my first block of Nestle chocolate in a month. The last two purchases were to sweeten the mood of sheer frustration I got into while shopping. Tomorrow is another ...
... farms and indigenous habitat on a large scale, all deliberately preserved.
We located the Bioparc, which is on the list for tomorrow, and cruised back into the darkening city. I've left out the many monasteries, churches and basilicas. La la. They too are part of the expansive feel of this city. Once back at Riena we walked back through the night-time bustle of the after-work city. We hunted a supermarket successfully ... finding what you want in a ...
... don't want to include in this post. In the street we were on all the locals had covered the front facades of their houses with plastic tarps or mesh to defend them from the tomatoes. In the middle of the square I could see the leg of ham strung up at the top of the greased pole. At the bottom of the pole there were heaps of people climbing on each other attempting to get up the pole and be the first to grab the ham which would signal the start of the festival. You could see how far ...