El Secreto de Pozos
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... the altar invites the spirit of the deceased to visit the memorial. (See the picture of the kids at the altar at the Posada de los Minas hotel... there is beer, cigarettes, and other items which memorialize the life of the person remembered.)
After a late Halloween night, we had a late start today. The kids all slept in... all that break-dancing wore Thomas out! We decided to take the day off school (as we knew many would not be there ...
... good! We all learned about gorditas, jicama, peppers, etc. I may have to purchase a molcajete (a mortar and pestle made out of volcanic rock) before returning home.. it s such a useful tool in mexican cooking, and the only way to make perfect guacamole! Lastly, Emanuel took us by his favorite carnitas store and tortilla store after the market. (There are ALOT of pictures from cooking class and the market today.. it was a fantastic ...
... for being such an amigo!
I caught a nap in the afternoon, only to be awakened by rain. We did get out between the showers to go to some shops in our neighborhood. As we walked through the Mercado we had two students who were going home in the afternoon.
As the afternoon progressed so did the rain. It was so intense with thunder and lightening that the rain made it difficult ...
... tired.. everyone was tired! Katie, Caroline and Thomas all waited up for Greg, Papa and Nana to arrive last night. Greg just finished night call on Friday night and then travelled all day yesterday.
We started the day at San Pablo, the Anglican Church around the corner from our house. What a pleasant surprise awaited us! The 10:30 a.m. service was a Mariachi Mass. The chapel was alive with a seven ...
... prominent. Unfortunately, the rain we have had the last two days has not helped with the paper decorations.
We are investigating some side trips to Pueblo, and Guanajuato through la Bibilloteca. We have spent all of our time in and around San Miguel and it would be exciting to see other areas nearby'
Our walks are made difficult because of the cobble stone streets. When the streets are dry it is easier than during the ...