Posts tagged "Window Seat"
Getting out more

Getting out more

From the Sier­ra Gor­da de Gua­na­ju­a­to where I spent the last 2 days work­ing, although it does­n’t feel like work when the set­ting is so beautiful.      
Late night banana-cart chronicles

Late night banana-cart chronicles

It was late. Not so late that the streets were emp­ty, but emp­ty enough for a lone roast­ed banana-cart sales­man. From out­side my front win­dow, I heard a scream­ing whis­tle that impelled me to the front win­dow to inves­ti­gate. Look­ing down to the street I imme­di­ate­ly rec­og­nized the source, but it was still a strange sight for my street. Mine...
What's mine is yours

What’s mine is yours

Of course, I’m refer­ring to the upcom­ing pic­tures in this post from the just-end­ed, and thanks to Aeromex­i­co, extend­ed vis­it by my guy. He arrived on Thanks­giv­ing, and we had 5+ days togeth­er for his first vis­it to Mex­i­co and our sec­ond vis­it since I arrived here in March. I am so hap­py that it is only...
Feeling a bit exposed here

Feeling a bit exposed here

I have no idea what is going on here. Or maybe it is just that type of week.
Visit to Oaxaca - Puppies and Tlayudas, but separate.

Visit to Oaxaca — Puppies and Tlayudas, but separate.

When I received a last-minute invi­ta­tion to Oax­a­ca last week, it took me a few hours to accept, because I was sup­posed to go work with the bees on Sat­ur­day. How­ev­er, it was a long week­end because of the inde­pen­dence day hol­i­day on Fri­day, and this was too good of an oppor­tu­ni­ty to pass up. Oax­a­ca is kind of far,...
Take 2: Camping and Climbing

Take 2: Camping and Climbing

This time the plan was camp, climb, fies­ta, maybe more climb­ing. How­ev­er, look­ing back to Fri­day, my stom­ach was already a bit off. The (near­ly) 3‑hour run on Fri­day prob­a­bly did­n’t help. In fact, it kind of destroyed me. Maybe an omi­nous por­tent for Sat­ur­day, I had no ener­gy to post about my suc­cess for run­ning 2h51m....

Arrival in Mexico

I have many new pho­tos to upload, but I am still try­ing to get my inter­net rou­tine back to a reg­u­lar sched­ule, in addi­tion to learn­ing Span­ish for some­thing like 6 hours a day and absorb­ing all the oth­er infor­ma­tion of a new Peace Corps Trainee. So, it is about a week delayed, but here is the arrival into Mex­i­co City.
Are these the mountains to climb?

Are these the mountains to climb?

Spot­ted while fly­ing south over Mexico