El Meson de Jobita
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... is no excuse for being bored!
Last week we went with a small group to a local primary school where the 4th graders are preparing to paint a mural on one of the school’s walls. The kids have already drawn out the designs and we’ll join them to help out next Thursday. Should be a fun project, and we’re looking forward to helping them. We met their teacher and the vice principal, and though our Spanish is not very good, we had a bit ...
Trip to Zacatecas and Aguascalientes, organized by the Lions Club of SMA
From October 22-24, we did a three-day trip to Zacatecas and stopped in Aguascalientes on the return. Zacatecas has been said to be one of the most interesting cities in all of colonial Mexico.
... to make an early start and see as much of the city as I can before my bus to San Luis Potosi. I struck lucky with the palacio municipal as they agreed to look after my big backpack while I looked around. Thankfully everything I wanted to see was close by and the historic centre of the town was easily walkable so while I would have like to have more time there a full day would have been more than sufficient for me. Next stop San Luis ...
... under terrible conditions. There were deaths in the mines on a daily basis. Where does this human fascination with precious metals come from, I wonder. We loved Zacatecas, a lovely town with surrounding hills, a giant rock formation called La Bufa towering over the town and a lovely main square. We didn't see very many gringos, apparently the steep streets are too much for them. We enjoyed our stay here, but probably wouldn't want to live here. On to ...
... the Huichol aged 12 or older were given peyote enough for a “trip”, however it is also used by priests to help them make important decisions for the group.
Zacatecas was a real pleasure. It’s a beautiful city with SO much to do. I tend to not go crazy with the museums, but Zacatecas has several that are not to be missed. All good things must end though, so I boarded the bus (from which I am writing this) and am now headed to Morelia.