Villa Real Plaza
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... Yesterday was the only day that I hadn't taken my rain jacket with me to school, just as a safety precaution. Of course, the day that I needed it! I didn't get too wet, but by the time I got home, it started pouring. I was glad that I left when I did and that I don't live too far from the school.
For lunch yesterday, I had noodles with veggies and some sort of meat. My best guess is that it was fried chicken gizzard, just based on ...
... end date of 5th May. Going home then would be a bust as Mama is on holidays until the 8th anyway. The 15th is the cheapest date after that. The prices on other days are all in excess of £500. A few more beach days won't be a bad thing, and it gives me a bit more flexibility if anything else comes to my attention.
It turns out there really isn't much to do here except look at the lake. It is big and impressive, with steep mountians ...
... matter of hours.
The run to the border was fairly uneventful, except skinny guy beside me was doing yoga in his seat. Or at least it seemed to be, as he appeared to be occupying his own seat, mine and half of the one in front. He was starting to push his luck and trying my patience.
If I recognised 'downward dog' or the 'lotus' position, he was going to get a punch in the ear.
Luckily we approached the immigration ...
... have been walking this slack line, building strength and balance while wobbling and falling down a few times too.
What I have discovered is me. This beautifully unfolding process that makes me jump up and down with glee. What holds me back from making decisions? What holds me back from doing what I want? Should I make plans, a form of attachment, or should I go with the flow? What moves me forward? Ultimately, I ...
... a tin of frijoles and we ask the kid if he has a cuchara (spoon) to which he laughs and says no before seemingly telling us to just eat our tacos with our hands haha. We watch a small portion of the terrible basketball game before heading back to the hostel to chill for the night. Leesh rests early as Purto and I try to conquer a wooden brick puzzle on one of tables. But after no luck, I decide it's bedtime and head on back, shower and get ready for another big day ...