Hotel Casa Virreyes
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... one loud drum, wore noisemakers on their legs, and spun in semi-coordinated unison. It was entertaining. The city is beautiful and green and old (in a good way). Well, at least the part we are in. It's actually the second biggest city in Mexico. We love it. We spent the evening in our hostel writing blogs and watching Breaking Bad (we finally have internet fast enough to watch a show). And of course...we got more Mexican ...
... my action research project the first week of classes and I wanted to get the Powerpoint presentation completed before classes started. So, I joined Melodie and Ricardo at the kitchen table and got started! It was Moises's birthday so the three of us took a little study break and joined in the birthday celebration for a bit, singing Las Maņanitas with everyone else (well, I listened because I don't know the lyrics) and then they we sang Happy ...
... area to check my emails. I was there when the lady I'd be sharing a room with arrived. As a quick sidenote, Pablo, the guy who works at the hostel in the afternoon, was so personable and helpful. He always greeted me by name when he saw me. When the lady arrived, I smiled when I heard Pablo tell her, whose name I later found out is Alejandra, that she'd be sharing a room with me and that I was "buena onda." Literally it means I'm a "good wave" (as in the ...
... in your life will differ from recommendations. Passion might be more of an gradual accumulation and constructive channeling of heartfelt emotions rather then uncontrolled outpourings. You know your passion if you notice it. It's in the depths of the mind, the core of one's very being and basically what the whole existence centers on. What do you are doing when you have a lazy day? ...
... more of my time, so onwards – I left the fairly lame botanical garden, then walked back to the centre seeing a few more colonial things, then got up to the other side of the big hill (exchanging some hill hello’s) for a pretty awesome sunset, before meeting back up with Juan to visit a few more of San Miguel’s bars, and see some of the same faces I’d seen from the previous day, or in the centre, or in the thermal pools. It must be quite strange living in a ...