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... Matilda did a fabulous job with visiting chef, Martha Ortiz. It was a feast that went on for many courses.. and included mezcal, tequila, three types of wine, and port. (And yes, my liver needs a holiday after this week.. it is tired.) The dessert had a brewing black skull goblet, and of course sugar skulls and other artistic creations capped off the meal. We had more photographs taken; the ambiance was electric. It was a great night of interesting conversation.
... is worthwhile.
On the way back into town, Moni stopped at the Guayuye glass factory. Greg and I picked up more glassware and gifts... the most artistic was a green glass hummingbird feeder with red glass flowers. We made one last pit stop at the Tuesday Market for another cowboy hat and picked the kids up at school.
It was Spanish tutoring night with Sylvia. After Greg, Caroline, ...
... including Greg). A real Mexican ambulance with flashing lights was included while smoke emanated and strobe lights pulsed. There were no few hysterical kids after going through this haunted house/maze of zombies. The party was packed with tons of kids from school all dressed in Halloween costumes. Thomas did not want to leave the party; he was fixated on the haunted house and wanted to participate in it. It was a fantastic kid party!
... took Ben and Joe to the Toy Museum.. a bit of a disappointment for them. It was a fabulous collection of toys, but the boys could not play with them. Joe did not like that. They also went to the Juarez Park for the great play ground. Andrew loved the funny park rules..
Beth and I walked to the Jardin and mets all the boys. We walked to San Augustin for churros and hot chocolate... a maybe a bite of lunch. Ben and Joe loved the ...
... here... you learn a tremendous amount about the culture (and more importantly your own cultural values), the arts, mexican holidays, and speaking Spanish. You learn the most, of course, from those native Mexicans you are with each and every week. The insight I gain from Walter, Sandra and Barnabe about my surrounding and understanding mexican life, history, cultural norms and speaking has been invaluable. I feel so privileged ...
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