Hacienda El Santuario Centro
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... our jet-lag by watching MasterChef episodes back to back in the middle of the night, so there has been some inspired team cooking (in spite of the occasional odd ingredient due to misunderstanding spanish product labels). Usually we walk to our Spanish class in the morning, but with the onset of blisters we now take the local bus. A great motivator to get little ones out of bed on time - wish we had a bus in Hout bay!
... Saturday Nite Fever" - just a normal average guy during the week that really comes alive on Saturday nite when he is dancing... I do not think that the ZUMBA dance leader would be a normal average guy during the week, he is just away too expressive to be a normal, average guy... .
I do the Zumba every Saturday morning in the Park... It is a little bit like Mountain Hiking,
the more times that I do it, the easier it gets - and it is ...
We all arrived in San Miguel and were kind of expecting a guided city tour or something along these lines. When we inquired about that with the ISE staff, they told us that we now had 'tiempo libre’. What that meant was basically they had loaded us onto the buses just to offload us in San Miguel. They told us that we had to be back within 5 hours and that we must not be late, because they would leave us behind otherwise. So off we went. We ...
... so the wealth here developed from farming, cattle and manufacturing to support the mining centers.
Long mule and cattle trains hauled the silver and other ores down through San Miguel, soon named San Miguel el Grande to signify the growing importance and wealth of the city. There were mesones along the main streets (now Calle Mesones) leading into San Miguel where the trains could enter the courtyard, water and feed their ...
... hear in San Miguel; it is a veritable feast for the senses with many street musicians and mariache bands, numerous galleries and great places to eat.
Another part of the rich fabric or eye candy in San Miguel comes from peering past the nondescript exterior facades of the buildings into courtyards or even through windows into galleries or other amazing things to see. In fact I am prompted to start a study of this phenomenon which is typical to ...