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... Banda arrived for the music. The fiesta was in full swing. Here in Mexico, whether or not you want to dance, you're dancing. Everyone takes turns in the circle, surrounded by about 30 singing, dancing and drinking encouragers. I do my routine, a mixture of old tap dance moves, calisthenics and anything I can come up with to get throughout the 60 second torture session. Ah, it wasn't so bad, judging form their ...
... effigies throughout our stay, as well as altars of offerings to honour the dead. Even in our hostel, Lucy has set up an altar to Olga Leija, the local artist and feminist who lived here in the 1950s and from who the hostel gets its name.
We cross the plazas to the historic 1866 Teatro Degollado to buy tickets for the Jalisco Philharmonic Gala "Antología de ...
... learning the system, the customs and the traditions. My Spanish has
improved tremendously and I can actually hold a conversation. But, my
Portuguese has impeded my proficiency. It seems that those Portuguese words
that I think would make sense in Spanish, means nothing to the Mexicans. I know
right away when I say something and they cock their head to the side, squint
their eyes and bend their eyebrows as if to try to figure ...
... that had been totally mutilated, heads removed and stuffed into two vans - so there's been a bit of discussion at the pool today. There is really no effect here whatsoever, these people are all cartel or associated with the drug trade. Last night when we were coming back from Viva Mexico (about 9:30 p.m.) we saw about 20 police cars and their officers armed with their AK47's but we paid no mind to this until we heard the CNN reports today. Not to worry, all ...
... Bengal Tiger and Komodo Dragon.
We loved entering the monkey house. Monkeys are always fun to watch and these guys were well- behaved - no grabbing or stealing of belongings. Just, at times, some gentle touching.
Before we ate lunch, we used our first ticket to go on a great Safari Masai Mara ride through an simulated African savannah. The animals run free and we were taken on a bumpy dusty ride ...