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... delighted to discover the “Square of 11 patios”. Here we found many artisan stores of high quality crafts. They featured embroidery, jewelery, copper items, clothing, textiles, pottery, wood carving, etc.
Most of the time we walk as much as we can. We usually top 15,000 steps or 8 kilometers (as measured by our new Fitbit). Hopefully we will come home more fit. We are eating well though so we don’t expect to lose many ...
... pelnymi pomyslow i konstruktywistycznym podejsciem do zycia a mysle, ze Meksyk dodatkowo naladuje Twoje kreatywne akumulatory. W przyszlym tygodniu postaram sie porozmawiac z Olkiem, co do mozliwosci Twojego powrortu do D1. Zastanawiam sie tylko nad wlasciwym dla Ciebie miejscem. Teamy Accounckie sa w miare obstawione, ale moze u mnie miejsce w planningu / strategii udalo ...
The beautiful university city of Guanajuato (meaning 'hill of frogs' in the P'urhépecha language) was founded in 1548 and built around mines after the Spaniards discovered silver in the area. In the 18th century it was one of the richest cities in the Spanish empire, producing around two thirds of the world's silver.
These days it doesn't produce quite so much silver, But it is, unsurprisingly, another Unesco World Heritage site.
The Bosque Village offers classes from cooking to making COB huts. The first Friday we were there we attended a Tortilla and Salsa making class on site at the Village. Nere was our teacher. She works at the Village and is a wonderful cook.
The Tortilla dough was prepared ahead of time in a nearby village. It was made with Blue and Yellow Corn, ...
... him and said "Hello, how are you?". He was a bit startled but replied, "'Fine Thank you." Dave asked if he could suggest a hotel and the driver recommend we stay at Posada Diana on the entrance of the town. He was not comfortable speaking English, but he spoke well. Just a bit rough. Posada Diana turned out to be a great recommendation. It is a comfortable newer hotel with tons of water for a long hot shower to make up for the one missed while camping the night ...