Hotel Express Mision Celaya
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... noted the drive was most uncomfortable and to ensure you had anti-nausea meds and a plastic bag with you. Not very comforting! People also wrote how it was a dangerous drive around winding dodgey mountain roads. We were so tired and couldn't make a decision. Neither one of us wanted to be responsible for choosing the second class bus and should something happen to us, take the blame. We met a nice American guy called Joel who ...
... happy to stay with Coach Sean though.
Katie's sixth grade class presented a radio show (a complement to their recent field trip to a local radio station). Caroline's class did a medical presentation on the different systems of the body (and the parents had to wear surgical masks). All the kids were so proud to have their parents at school to see their group work.
Speaking of curriculum.. it has been ...
It is Saturday. I took the kids to La Cocina for breakfast this morning; they enjoyed the hotcakes, bagels and eggs. We then toured around the artisan market. We bought gifts for the kids' friends, some colorful pillow coverings, oil cloth bags, and small painted art. We then went to Juarez Park this afternoon followed by guacamole and cokes at Hotel Matilda. That's a good day!
Tonight, I was invited ...
... We are probably the youngest people in the program by at least twenty years. Everyone else here, maybe fifteen others, are retired Americans.
The three instructors are all native Spanish speakers, from here in San Miguel. Manuel, Yadira and Antoineta are super friendly and we all practice aloud using "power verbs" with infinitive verbs to express present tense needs. I am phonetically challenged... and ...
... we arrived in the early afternoon we were able to watch the Indigenous Dancing in front of the Paraquin.
You may note that it was a sunny bright day, quite different than we had been accustomed. As we walked around to look at more of the shops, we found the street vendors were quite active.