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... to cry. Fortunately Alex is doing better, but Marcy comes back after we leave, and we will miss her feminine touches. We are again aware that so many families are hurting in various ways, and pray for these and others we know that God Himself will be very real to them.
Wayne took us into the crowded little town of La Crucecita and graciously bought our (very good) dinner at Los Portales. Several of his Canadian friends were there, and more stopped by ...
... an outdoor concert going on right beside the church! All the seats were full, so I stood and enjoyed the show for an hour. I then had a sudden craving for ice cream, and found a Yogën Fruz. Unfortunately, I ordered something that was disgusting. It tasted like they had put salt on my frozen yogurt, I couldn't even finish it. I passed by the headquarters for the Oaxaca Film Festival. I found out where the next show was, and made ...
We hired a car one day to drive along the coast and to escape the tourist towns.
The first stop was Barra de la Cruz which was in fact the location for a Rip Curl WCT comp a few years back. It was fairly secluded and only had a little beach shanty resturaunt with no power nestled back on the beach. It was picturesque.
We found other similar little beaches in Mazunte and Ventanilla that had rustic ...
I knew that Mexico was a large
country but until now I had not appreciated the distances involved in
travelling through Mexico….and I only went south!! The flight from Mexico City
to Cancun was two hours so I guess that should have given me a clue about how
long it would take to travel back!!
So after I left the sugar white
beaches and turquoise ocean of the Mayan Riveria I decided to make my way
through Yucatan into Chiapas and ...
... ready … a copy of the passport or official identification card of the person who signed the letter that gave Leah an affiliation with a research institute (CIESAS) in Oaxaca. Hmmm. This left us wondering what the process in St. Paul had actually accomplished.
No worries. We tackled the list. The hardest part involved getting the copy of the identification of the letter-signer at CIESAS. The guy who had signed Leah’s letter lives in Mexico ...