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... by old silver mines. The silver and gold in the church is reported to have been provided by the mine owners in the late 1700s. Stepping into the church reveals three magnificent altars and large wall paintings that are out of character with the outside.
After spending a long time in awe of the church, we crossed the road and caught a local bus back into town. Public transport here is very inexpensive and this bus trip provides ...
... bumpy. So, when I got home, I asked why they had spent all the time to lay the stones as opposed to paving it. I actually was looking for the answer to my real question: Why would they spend extra time (and probably money) for a bumpy road when they could have just paved it and created a more enjoyable journey? Much to my surprise, Blanca explained to me that those were not individual stones, but just molded cement. So, they laid nice smooth ...
... enough had shoved pretty much a whole plant down her ear, which no one else seemingly shared my bemusement and entertainment about… even after being like ‘look, SHE’S GOT A PLANT IN HER EAR’ haha – well it kept me happy if no one else. There was also an old grandma in one of the front seats of the beer trucks with the most dead pan face through it all – even when students were bouncing and rocking the truck she was sat in – well funny!
Well, the last week of the first session went smoothly. I had two presentations, and they both went well. Luckily all my final presentations were pretty spread out so I didn't have any nights that I was up all night, but I was up to midnight most nights. Oh, I realized I never mentioned my conversation class. I had it Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, and I had that time free all last summer. That was one reason why ...
... The city really hadn't changed very much and we easily remembered some of our favourite places to visit. Our dinner at Truco 7 was delicious.
While wandering the streets, we came upon the Teatro Principal and noticed that 'Amahl and the Night Visitors', a 1 hour opera, was being performed that night. We went in to the theatre to buy tickets for it and just happened to meet the American director. She told us that all the performers were Mexicans and that they were going to ...