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... br> On our first day, we missed the bus and walked downtown, down the hill, until we found a taxi for the rest of the way. It is colder (for Europeans cooler) than in September and October and we have to wear a couple of layers and a warm jacket. We arrived just in time at the Jardin to celebrate with locals, gringos and snow birds the Day of the Dead.
The Day of the Dead - El Dia de Muertos
... intestinal infection right now - that means that I am sick - I seem to get an intestinal infection every year that I am here - I am going to try to do something to prevent getting intestinal infections in ...
... February, when Canada was buried in snow and in a deep freeze..
The first weekend in February is considered to be Springtime in San Miguel,
which happens to be February 01 this year.It is a two week celebration referred to as the La Candelaria......Now it is summertime in San Miguel - there is no wintertime in San ...
... and that is sort of the gist of what the chant is all about... In some of the pictures you will see the kids looking back behind them, they are looking back to the kids in the line-up for their approval and encouragement.. This piņata was so packed with candies and so well constructed that it was very difficult to break - showing how strong and tough the Devil can be ...
... once a year on Day of the Dead) is former Mexican president, Bustamonte (but his heart lies in Mexico City).
More history... During the 18th century, San Miguel was a flourishing commercial center; it was the weigh station for silver trade between Zacatecas and Mexico City. It was also the supply center for the silver mines and manufactured many textiles. The town flourished with the wealth. It went into decline after the 1810 war of independence and the bust ...