Casa Inn Celaya
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... snow.... I got a little taste of that weather before I left Canada and I did not like it, I did not like it one little bit...
I have been to 5 Xmas parties so far and 5 more Xmas parties to go. And then it will be New Year's Party time.. I am not counting sing Xmas Carols in the Central Plaza, the Jardin as being a party,
which I will be doing on two different nites... Calling them parties may be an exaggeration - I think of parties as being wild ...
Moved into our new, more permanent rental house. Much nicer - open and airy and bright. There are a number of small stores and a great "fruteria" with all fresh produce just down the road. The neighborhood is quieter and there are a few more ex-pats around, though still a Mexican neighborhood which is great. Because of the number of expats living here I had the preconception that many Mexicans in San Miguel would speak English. Surprisingly few do and I'm pleased that we're ...
Mis Estimados Amigos,
Compadres y Compeneros;
It is about a 20 minute walk from my place in San Miguel
to the center of San Miguel.
The center of San Miguel is referred to as Centro
which is the Central Plaza, or the Principle Plaza.
It is referred to, in San Miguel, as the Jardin...
All Mexican, Spanish ...
... of life, etc.
After lunch, Moni and I went to the St. Juan de Dios market looking for oil cloth vendors. I coined it "Tarpyville" after all the vendors' tarps. That night, I took the kids to Pollo Feliz for dinner which is hopefully the last hoorah there!
The past few days, friends at home are planning for our return. And I need to make plans for Caroline's 10th birthday, the day after we arrive home! All three kids are ready ...
... gift bags to make "trick or treat" sacks as none exist down here. At the papelerie, I found cute paper mariachi skeletons and colorful calaveras to decorate the bags. I also bought papel picado (decorative paper streamers) for the house and lots more candy! Whew, American candy is expensive here... Skittles, Snickers, Milky Ways, Hershey bars, Tootsie Rolls, Blow-pop glow sticks.. I spent a small fortune getting it all.