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... A real reality check on my ambitions to learn Spanish in 3-months - not gonna happen (our neighbour Marcos spent almost a year here studying diligently and is still not completely fluent). I did, however, love my teacher Cristina - and learnt so much about the local culture, gossip, and life through her eyes.
So, for now we will settle for enjoying our street language teachers, Lydia who makes Nutella pancakes for Lotus and Arturo ...
and pay outrageous prices for things.. - weddings, conferences,
and own big expensive houses in San Miguel, similar to the way
that we have summer cottages on a lake.. The elite Mexicans live someplace else (Mexico City) and like to have their own house in San Miguel, when they visit San Miguel
- it is an example of conspicious, extravagant consumption and wealth.... .
They have 1&1/2 litre bottles of beer here in Mexico. That is a man's beer. It is called the catuama - which means the tortoise - because when the 1&1/2 litre bottle is laying on its side, it looks like a tortoise.....
I am not sure if it is being in San Miguel ...
Hola y Buenas Dias!!!
Well it has been about 8 days since the last blog entry from Colors Marina in Teacapan where I blogged from the poolside; and we have done a lot of interesting things since leaving. The itinerary looks like this:
- Chacalla for 3 days
- Etzatlan at Delia's for 2 nights
- San Miguel for 2 days so far and a couple more so that we are leaving here on Tuesday
Please see the 2hunters (our travel companions) ...
... again though, this time cooked by Lilianas mum; delicious Chiles Rellenos (stuffed peppers), something I can't try in a resturant as they're battered, but mine were kindly made egg free. I spent the evening catching up my blog, whilst Liliana went to night class for her masters and we both got an early night ahead of our road trip. I'd been warmly welcomed by Liliana and her parents and thoroughly enjoyed their hospitality, now we'd be on the move for a Mexican family weekend ...