La Casa del Retono
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... paint so the completed pots almost look mass-produced. Paco is multi-talented though, being a reknown mariachi singer too, and he grabbed his guitar and sang us a few songs. Meanwhile some friendly Mexicans (maybe Paco's friends?) handed out beers to most of the group! And we were all invited to Paco's concert on Friday night.
After that, we had free time to continue explore the place. In the centre was a typical large square, very neatly kept with a ...
... An invitation to the beach (Cuyutlan) by Pat and Roger was a nice quiet lead-up to the holidays, and we loved the heat and beach walks despite the humidity and a few bug-bites.
Thank god, there was no sign of the killer log that crunched my foot last year! We got to witness the Aztec dancers ...
... very uncommon to the area at that time. When he opened his cloak to reveal the roses, the Virgins image was miraculously imprinted on his cloak, which today hangs above the altar of the Guadalupe Basilica, Mexico City. It is encased in bulletproof glass in a low-oxygen atmosphere.is encased and displayed
This day is is known to many as the day of Love ...
... mix. Mine was gone in two seconds and I continued to eye Deborah's until she finished the last drop - amazing. Best margie so far this trip. Deb had a cheese fondue, cooked in the volcanic stone bowl and I had the beef fajitas and tortilla soup (this has been exceptional each and every time I order this down here).
The ride home was again enjoyable, particularly Phil's story about airline rage on a recent trip into GUAD, ...
... I, we all were ready to start the project on Sunday afternoon. Shortly after we arrived in Tepehua, we had kids of all ages ready to paint too!
Chris and I had made up and distributed 200 flyers and posters the week before announcing the project. We visited the two elementary schools in the area and made arrangements with the principals/directors, to get student participation. Tepehua was ready to work on their mural.
With about ...