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 ...
Yesterday afternoon, our good friends, Ted and Eli Thurmond arrived for a visit. Ted is Thomas' godfather and he lives in St. Louis. He recently married Eli, who we absolutely adore, and our kids were thrilled to have them visit us in San Miguel. (They have stayed with us on several occasions for Derbys and Breeder's Cup.)
Last night, we had a fun night introducing Ted and Eli to a few of our favorite places. We walked down Canadita, past the Juarez Park, ...
We boarded a shuttle bus with a Mexican tour guide (no English here) and drove a few kilometers. We then had are a 20 minute hike, a lot of it uphill, to the pyramid site. The pyramid site was constructed of volcanic rock. It is situated so the light of both the sun and moon come directly into the center at specific times of the year during which ceremonial activities were performed. The Otomi had studied and used many of the native plants ...
... a traffic ticket in Spanglish.. it was quite funny.) Feeling I need to get back in language class..
This week, the morning temperatures have been chilly. Romeo and Juliet, our parakeets, must come inside at night.. it is "muy frio". The drastic temperature fluctuations in this high desert climate are surprising. (No houses here have HVAC units. It is a fireplace or a space heater to keep warm at night. We have the fireplace pilot lights ...
... 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.