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 ...
Another time I was glad nobody saw me was during our mud baths (also included in our stay). Keara and I went believing that we would smear the mud on each other so I planned on only wearing my bikini bottom… but it turns out someone puts the mud on FOR you. So I had to keep my only bra on (somehow, I lost the rest along the way). Then we had to wait for the mud to dry and hope that nobody came along while we looked like half-naked swamp ...
... 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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