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... ankle. Let's hope it improves soon.
We were disappointed by the hotel at Guanajuato because it was an inside room with no windows and a tiny bathroom, nt surprising since the whole town was built into cliffs, with a warren of underground tunnels and carparks below. We managed to cancel the third night and found a perfect alternative nearby, with a free afernoon to sit in the sun, wallow in a jacusi and catch up on the blog. Good to have some down time.
... 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 ...
... following them. We actually started talking to one guy who stopped at the window to put set something on the window sill. He asked us where we were from and when he didn't believe we were from Mexico, we told him the truth. Turns out, he went to high school in Missouri!!!!! Mexico, Missouri. That's absolutely ridiculous!! What a coincidence!!!
Sunday, after church, Rebeca suggested we take the long way home. I think ...
... preparation at the Blues Fest one year for a free entry to the Blues Fest, plus getting free
meals in the Blues Fest volunteer's tent during the Blues Fest. We worked in the kitchen at Algonguin College to prepare the Blues Fest food. My first job at food preparation at the
Blues Fest was slicing up 80 boxes of mushrooms. That is real work.. After slicing up 80 boxes
of mushrooms I took a little ...
... city was established
in 1550. After this morning's program it was time to return to our
various accomodations for siestas. Hotel for Mom and Dad, Hazel for
Cathie, Kona and I. We recharged our batteries, then went back down
to the centro this evening. We checked out more of the city, walked,
talked, and enjoyed a few pastries. The feeling in the evening is
real warm and alive, and ...