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Much younger and much more serious...
Now. Here. This . Ahora. Aquí. Esta.
I am going on a 3 day trip to Toluca, 50 kilometers West of Mexico City.
Toluca is at ...
... having remembered it today, were congratulated and complimented on our lovely shopping bag :-) We told our shopkeeper lady that we got it from a Laundromat in Guatemala, it was what our laundry had been returned in, it has proved most useful. In fact, we have two from two visits to the Laundromat, the other bag is home to our hammock :-)
On our first night we invited Keith, Micah and Judy, the other guest, for dinner in "our" kitchen-communal area (still no other guests, how sad. ...
... we have been standing lately we can smell the sewage. It gets kind of amusing with Jen because she has such a good nose anyway and since she has been sick with acid reflux its even more intense. So we could catch it on one side or the other but we still smell the sewage.
But whatever. IT beats paysing 60 pesos to park. So our adventure took 4 pesos per person round trip . Beats driving the car. A little out of the way but convienent.
So at work, I got to have my entire day translated with information about dress codes and what teachers should wear, what ISS is to them, and the IB, International Baccalaureate system.
But we get to leave early because it is Friday and some of our teachers need to be home way before sundown since they are Jewish themselves.So that is a perk. I got picked up by Debbie who dropped me off yesterday because I was running late and she drove by me. It was nice of her.
... Xinantecatl (also known as Nevado de Toluca) presented itself. At 4691 meters/ 15,390 feet, Nevado the Toluca is the 4th highest peak in Mexico. We already climbed the highest (Citlateptl = Pico de Orizaba), and 3rd highest (Iztaccihuatl = Izta) peaks in Mexico in the past. Ideally we would have loved to climb the 2nd highest (Popocatepetl = Popo) but it is currently very active and noxious gases ...