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... a couple of songs..........excellent voice, had a chat with one of the locals then back on the bus to head home. Got in just before dark.
Made our first Mexican dinner - refried beans, rice, tomatoes, onions, avacado, corn tortillas and cervasa. Delicioso!
Spent the evening trying to figure out this program to get pictures. Did manage to get a few posted.
... our conversation today therapeutic.
I had my first SPA 271 (Latin American Culture) class this afternoon. It's going to be awesome, especially because we have to learn Maya words and Maya legends. For literature, I got to read my first Pablo Neruda poems. For Humanities, I got to prove that I knew where all 31 states of Mexico were.
As homework for the culture class, I asked my family about the Maya legend of "los Aluxes" ("x" pronounced "sh"). ...
... pulls on her nametag and the stewardesses - dressed to the T in a beautiful dress and bright red hat - kiss one another and chat like family as they board the plane. Another obvious difference: brain switches to "Spanish mode." When we complete our air travel and secure our luggage in Cancun, we wait around. Two women were taking turns standing with their young, handicapped family member as the other slipped into the restroom. I notice them looking, so I quickly smile. ...
All of the walking we'd been doing finally caught up with TLD. A soft corn (I know it's hard to believe that she's not perfect) was starting to bother her and Ellyne recommended she go see Dr Scholl's... Yes, there really was a Dr Scholl's orthopedic care facility in Merida across from the bull ring. You never know when a bull is going to have a soft corn.
We arrived there at 9AM to find out we had to wait for an appointment at Noon. We made ...
... flows easily in Merida. All over Mexico (the area we've seen) there is a strong police and military presence. We don't really know how many kinds of policia there are, and security on top of that. Sometimes they just have their flashers on for no apparent reason, and you'll see a half-ton full of them, 5 or 6 loaded in the back. Also here in Merida, they have a few traffic lights but in the centre of town where we are, the police also direct traffic with the old ...