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... few books to learn better grammar and diction. And I will be reading a few pages of the dictionary every day to beef up my vocabulary. Hopefully, I will be able to navigate by myself thoroughly in a month or so. Then I welcome visitors to come and see why I decided to move here.
I will try to get some pictures up soon. I've seen a few hills outside the city that look like great vantage points. ...
... but I was looking forward to home-made pancakes. We were flattered to be invited in to someone's home that we had just met that day.
After dropping Luis off at home, Pie got us back to the hotel, which took about 25 minutes due to heavy traffic. Apparently, not only did we just get out of a 20,000 person capacity soccer event, but Guadalajara was celebrating their version of October-fest at two different locations. So, there were people walking ...
... I'd call Faustino on the cell number that was provided to by Arlene, our landlord in New Jersey.
Just as I was climbing over a railing to get to the exchange bureau I was approached by a smiling Mexican who asked "are you Bob" - how could he pick me out in an airport of thousands?
Anyway we got to the house fine and just returned from our trip to the Wal-Mart so that we could get some ...
... Seven hours might be a long time to spend on a coach, but it was comfortable enough, and I was able to break up the journey with periods of much-needed sleep (I'd managed just three hours or so the night before) and with a couple of films. I drifted in and out of sleep and idly watched the country rolling by outside my window, and before long we were on the outskirts of Mexico's enormous ...
... Piano Concerto #12 in A Major with Pianist Angela Park masterfully at the keys. The final an all time crowd pleaser was Beethoven's Symphony #7 in A major and received a prolonged standing ovation from the enthusiastic standing room only crowd.
To view the entire week's events click Scotiabank Northern Lights Music Festival.
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