Villa De La Plata
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... here the way I did. Also, I've decided that there is a rather unique Mexican laugh. I noticed it Baruch, the guy in Cuernavaca, and being back in Guanajuato I remembered (when I heard it) that Armando, the grandson, has a similar laugh, and I've heard it in the streets too. It's like a little explosion of laughter, and has a very kid-like tone to it. Armando's laugh always made me smile because it seemed so kiddish, but now I notice it all the time.
... houses over 100 mummies exhumed from the Guanajuato cemetery, right next door. These mummified bodies were exhumed as a result of a law requiring residents to pay a tax for perpetual burial in the late nineteenth century. When the tax was unpaid by survivors, the body was exhumed. (Most of the mummies are from above ground cement crypts. They believe that the dry hot climate preserved the bodies.) The burial tax law was outlawed in 1958.
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... getting along well. We've officially decided we're siblings because we fight and pick on each other all the time. Rebeca, our "mom," joins in and eggs us on. It's fun and 100% necessary to help us relax and laugh every once in a while!
Friday after classes I went out for a couple hours right after class to relax. Similar to last year, a group of teenagers approached my group and asked to get their picture taken with ...
... FLASH" pictures http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXZQe-0z kQ0
Valle de Santiago. "Alberca" in Mexico is their word for a "piscina," in Spanish and a 'swimming pool' in English. We visited La Alberca in Valle, however this is not a swimming pool, it is in fact an inactive volcanic crater. This was an amazing sight, and you could see on the other side of the crater the line which indicates the level of water it used to ...
... way to say it, would be how laid back Mexicans are. At the karaoke bar, our waiter, when he needed to lean in close to talk to one of us, didn't think twice about using our shoulders to help support himself. It surprised me the first time, as it did when he did a drum-roll like thing on my shoulder to get my attention. Oh, the interesting things that happen when you travel!
Yesterday was Moisés’s (the husband of the house) ...