Later that night, Chirona, Denise, Jeff, Matt, Tao and myself ended up at a streetside bar. We ordered a few expensive beers and a hookah to pass the time. That's when I noticed the Tunas. I became familiar with these guys while living in Spain. They are similar to Mariachi bands, which are Mexican. They basically travel around and serenade, well, just about anyone. Tunas are different in that they are usually initiated in college and travel frequently with nothing but their instruments to make a living. I chatted these guys up for a few minutes and convinced them to play a song. Logically, they asked if it was for a girl. Instinctively, I said yes. Questioning, they asked if it was my girlfriend. Truthfully, I answered no. Countering, they said, "but you like her?". Enthusiastically, I answered yes.
So from that, they came up with the name of this song, which they played for Denise. She's the amused one on the left; I'm the bashful one on the right.
Sunday after frisbee, Tao and I got some last minute tickets to Baseball from Sandy. It was a make-up game between China and Korea that would start in the 5th inning. When we arrived in the 8th, the game was scoreless. It wouldn't be until the 10th inning when Korea scored and ended it. Granted, it probably would have gone on much longer had they not been playing international extra-inning rules: each team starts with a runner on 1st and 2nd and no outs. A bunt and a sacrifice fly later and you've got a score. I'm not a baseball fan. At all. But Tao is, and he was entertaining. Also: the beer is cheaper in the venue than at a bar.
After the game, we happened upon a flock of ladies playing with ribbons. We were intending to find a park to throw a frisbee, but we got hung up here. Curious, we were soon all given turns.
My first try:
A quick lesson...
This lady showing off...