Rancho Los Amigos
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... you need to spend money, so we did. We got a couple of beers and I went out and tried the water. As usual it was sweltering hot in Veracruz, and as I got in the water I expected to cool off, but the water temp is about the same as the outside temp, it's like a nice warm bath. I swam around on and off between drinking beers while Bobbie sat in the sun and tanned. It was a really good afternoon, I was happy I got in the water before leaving because it was a good ...
... was only a few minutes drive away. His mother, Angeles, was already waiting for us with lunch ready. Another good sign! Muy amable los dos! I immediately felt comfortable and at home. They have a big almost colonial style like house. The external walls are all ceramic tiles. The floor were also all tiles with neat design. The furnishing was also like antique – it's like stepping back in the 1950s ...
... the key to the apartment, not to the walk-in entrance on the other side of the building and I navigate my way through the parking lot to my entrance (there were 4 buildings to the one parking lot). I have a shower and go to bed just after 8 am and I'm totally pretending to be asleep when Emmanuel gets back at whatever time that was becuase I was too tired. I didn't feel like doing that whole 'nice to finally meet you' nonsense and having a conversation, I just wanted ...
... boys’ cabin from having just wished Nicky a Happy Birthday, I turned to close the door and I rolled over on my left ankle, fell backwards down the stone steps (I’m fine) and as my feet went flying up over my head, my toe caught the lid of the terra cotta bowl (there are several of these placed precariously around the cabins) sending it flying up over my head to crash down on the stone path three feet behind me. I was just glad nobody ...
... environment in which to cheer for their country's stellar soccer team.
It was so much fun to be in a place full of so many devote fans cheering crazily for their home team. It was like I was back in Minnesota, cheering on the Minnesota Twins or the Concordia Cobbers. I had a great time!
And, of course, Mexico beat Costa Rica, 3-0!
Sunday was my first full day off in Veracruz. My host mom told me that everyone sleeps in on Sundays. While I slept ...
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