Hotel Casa Grande Delicias
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... in the right direction. Villa's villa was nice little estate, complete with all his furniture, and little descriptions of his life here...designed to help me practice my Spanish. There was also an array of weaponry he and his troops used in their revolutionary war. There were also vintage posters Villa distributed, invited all "gringos" to join his cause. His life came to an end when he was shot down in his ...
... Mexico, what music do I like, what my name was, where i'd travelled and then one weirder question of if there were any hooligans where I come from. The rest, it was really difficult to understand as the accents in that region are really strong - I could understand the passenger a lot more than the driver, who seemed to be getting annoyed that I could understand some things but not others - there was of course things I was deliberately playing dumb to, specifically the money part, ...
... the summer working on tobacco, tomato and cucumber farms, they would return to Mexico for the winter. This is still the lifestyle for many of the Mennonites who live in our neck of the woods.
As the bus went through the Mennonite lands, we saw row upon row of apple and peach trees. Netting is in place above the trees to be used when there is frost. We also passed fields and fields of corn, beans, oats and wheat. Chihuahua cheese ...
... hours walking around. This little town is famous for its “Tree of Life” which is apparently the largest representation in Latin America of the Tree of life (from the garden of eden) kind of sculpted beside their huge town church. I tried taking a picture of it but it didn't turn out well. It was kind of hard to make it out from the ground but we found that most of the handmade crafts around town made little copies of ...
... book (that I don’t have yet). The most useful part of the lesson was listening to how he pronounces words. He also told us that we will be watching 3 more films…..oh joy!
Well another weekend has arrived and today I managed to get myself to Zocolo which is basically a huge square in the centre of the old part of the city. It is certainly huge and right in the middle has got to be the biggest flag I have ever seen!! Apparently they have some kind ...
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