Hacienda El Santuario Centro
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and these values and beliefs affect their behavior and actions...
The Mexicans have different values and beliefs than Canadians.
I sometimes feel that my values and beliefs
are closer to the values and beliefs of the Mexicans,
than they are to the values and beliefs of Canadians..
People often look down on people
that have values and beliefs
that are different ...
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... direction to his band in the parade by a very dramatic twirling of his trumpet, he could really twirl that trumpet..
Music can have a very dramatic and real effect on people - when some of the marching bands are going by, with the heavy beating of the drums, I actually feel like marching to the beat..
There are some things that you can only feel and experience in smaller cities and towns,
that you can never feel and experience ...
... service in San Miguel is very good. - but some people complain about the buses - I am not sure what they are complaining about - maybe it is because the buses are not well maintained and are quite shabby - but this is something that does not concern or bother me..
Now that I think about it, I think that I am usually the only Gringo on the bus - I am usually pretty oblivious to the other people on the bus because I am looking out the window to see where ...
... trolley tour and we learned so much history yesterday (and it overlaps a lot), we felt just fine with an all Spanish guided tour. Our first stop was the El Mirador, the look out point above the city. It was a gorgeous day and so wonderful to take in the crisp view of San Miguel. We were bummed; the chocolate store was sold out of the dark chocolate honey treats.
We then went to the public laundry area. This is the second and last stop ...