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... it ha ha ha). All in all a good night our, pub crawling and checking out the local haunts.
Our final day rolled around and Dan invited us over to his Aunt’s place for a good home cooked meal. We made an assumption that we would get some great local Mexican cuisine, but to our amazement it was something entirely different - CHICKEN SCHNITIES! Whilst not typical Mexican food, it was a very very pleasant surprise and I had seconds! Thanks ...
Before I begin, I'd just like to point out that I am currently swinging, ever so gently, in a hammock as I write this. As I look out the window to the right of me, I'm presented with the beautiful view of multi-colored buildings climbing up the side of a mountain, not unlike the picture I uploaded in my first blog. In the background, occasionally overpowered by the sound of thunder, stereotypical Mexican music is ...
... cinco (turn, go to the outside, five--which is the count the girl always turns on) so we'll have to incorporate that into our homemade salsa lessons once I'm back. So, I had over an hour of almost constant spinning and turning and laughing at mistakes. There was one move I couldn't get for the life of me--it involved me basically sitting on his leg and throwing my feet into the air--but I plan on practicing. I kept looking over and seeing Sasha and ...
... our way back
Most people were heading home after a
hard days work, so we were fighing pedestrian traffic, and Kona likes
to check all the new smells, so it was a little slow going, but we
made it to a little park, where we could park, and enjoy a beverage
before continuing our tour. The Centro is not a large park with a
large church beside it, as in all the other cities. It ...
... tennis shoes, but they did get wet in the toe area.
We all walked down to the center and planned to have dinner. I wasn’t really that hungry because I ate my lunch on the bus after we were at the hot springs. I had a ham sandwich, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, cookies, and a Twizzler for lunch. I didn’t want to go off shopping by myself, though, so I stayed with the group. A few of us didn’t want to eat in the huge group or pay $15 for one ...