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... party for them. To make the night different from every other time we've gone out, I decided to prepare some accessories for Amy and Kevin to wear. So, after some brainstorming, Ricardo and I headed out to buy everything. It was really a great experience because I learned where all kinds of stores are that we normally would never go to. We arrived home and I got to work while Melodie and Ricardo worked on their homework. For Amy I, with Ricardo's ...
... cars and buses, friends and family chatting, venders selling their products--as I made my way home. It was very refreshing and I was loving it!
Saturday I literally spent all day in my room studying. It was pretty miserable, but I knew if I didn't do it, the following week would be a nightmare. At 6:45, Rebeca knocked on my door. I told her to come in, and she opened the door saying, "Ven! Vamos a la calle!" "Come on, ...
... 10 people = 160 people -
14 tables of women and 2 tables of men - many of the people were very old and at least 1/3 of them needed canes to get around....It was 3 hours of work - 2 hours preparing the food and 1 hour serving the food - it was a sit down meal for the people there. They got a pretty good meal - taco's,
a bun with meat, cheese and sliced tomato's on it, chicken fried rice, cold slaw, beans ...
... a good view of the town from the top. It proved to be just a good exercise for me, because I got lost in the little alleyways, and when I finally reached the Sanctuario, it was closed. Plus, the view is obstructed by house. Getting hungry, I bought a banana along the way. A piece cost me $2. In Merida, that would have bought me a bunch!
I continued along San Diego, passed by Museo Iconografico ...
... tomorrow we might try camping among another group just for the experience…if the timing at the end of the day is right…we’ll see!
Day 39 (1/25/11): 111km
More wind today and no matter what direction the road turns, it seems to blow directly into our faces. We want to stop for lunch, but need to find a pullout along the highway with a little shelter from the relentless wind. We are also looking for the next road junction to get ...