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When we woke up this morning Carlo and I were still digesting all of the food from the night before, so we had a light breakfast of toast and oatmeal. We chatted casually with Alicia and Sandra and they told us that there would be art on La Plaza for Dia de los Muertos that we should check out. After we returned it would be about time for the family to show up for a dinner that Sandra was cooking for all of us.
Carlo and I headed down to La Plaza to see what the fuss ...
... out. There was a clear interest here, where the others seemed pretty inattentive. By now we were kindly being escorted out of the building.
We swam upstream back toward our car, when we were suddenly reminded that this was also Cervantes' town. We were reminded by the giant statues of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza riding valiantly next to the olde Cervantes theatre. Cervantes never actually lived here or anything, but it's the site ...
... on Thursday.
So, first off, there were no salsa classes this week. The ones at the university were over because the main group of students who were part of the class went home. There was one Monday and Friday at Chava's dance studio, but I didn't go Monday so that I could work, and I didn't go on Friday so I could rest.
Tuesday, with no actual or salsa class in the afternoon, I decided to actually stick around the kitchen ...
... and in came lots of noise! The worst part was, Spain was loosing!! Ay, ay, ay!!! One of my students predicted the fall of the Spanish soccer team, I hope this was a fluke and he wasn't right.
That really ends my week. I did more work once we got home, and Rebeca fed us dinner even though she didn't need to. Just to show you how well-cared for here, she basically told us, Ricardo and I, that if she's here on ...
... sing our Spanish/English translation favourite, Eres Guapa. The crowd, and the band we were upstaging, were clearly loving it pointing/singing back to us, with feint chants of "otra! otra!" So I continued with my rendition of Sex on Fire and of course FUN- We Are Young. No microphone was needed, my voice feeling every strain of it and it felt amazing! So much fun. Then of course "de pronto FLASH" with the head turn/cheesy teeth ...