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... be as sometimes there would be a pile of blocks beside the tin house.
Some of the towns also have big blocks of identical housing - all rectangular, sometimes two storey, made of block and plaster. Each block will be painted a single colour, with a neighbouring block a different colour. Many of these housing developments appear to have been built within the last few years. They all tend to have a small black water tank on the roof, so I look out and see ...
... big back was quite a challenge! The disadvantage of traveling alone- having to take all your stuff into the toilet! Here, the toilet costs 5 pesos $.33) and you take the toilet paper from a roll as you walk into the bathroom. Even here the used paper goes in the wastebasket, not in the toilet. This is standard practice throughout Mexico and Central America, and many other countries to which I've traveled. I'm kind of used to it now. It no longer ...
... see the Angel of Independence and to grab a bite to eat, which ended up turning into a nearly 3 hour gab session over slushy drinks. I still wasn't feeling great, but we walked around the area (a notorious gay/red-light district, full of amazingly friendly people dancing and making out in the streets, who pretty much all assumed Vanessa and I were lesbians! Very cool area!) after dinner was nice, and we caught a cab back home to hit the ...
... everything was very beautiful!
After surviving this long first full week, I think "exhausted" is an understatement for how we all feel. Despite the lack of sleep and rest I was hoping to get this summer, I am so grateful for everything I've been able to see and everybody I've met so far. I couldn't have asked for a better group of Techies to spend my days with or a better host family to come home to everyday. Here's to another great week! Viva ...
... building was covered in these blue Talavera tiles.
Passed Palacio de Bella Artes, Palacio de Correos - Post Office, Plaza Santo Domingo and the Convento de Santo Domingo.
Headed towards Salto Del Agua ...