Travel Blogs from Celaya
... was way too hot for the six kiddos.) The water is consistently in the mid-80s to mid-90s F. Many come here for "el Chorro," which is the pulsating stream of hot water in a covered pool accessed by a tunnel from an outside pool.
It was a relaxing afternoon for the kids. They were free to play and unwind in the relaxing mineral water pools and on the playground. I am so glad that they enjoyed this ...
... nations. In fact, with all the immigration debate in our country, I was shocked to learn that Mexican migration to the United States has reached an equilibrium with as many going to the United States as returning to Mexico. The article is at:
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/22/world /americas/for-migrants-new-land-of-oppo rtunity-is-mexico.html?pagewanted=all Hasta la huego!
... were tinted for the sun.
We had a great lunch at home of the pasta from the night before.
In the evening we went back to the Jardin and found a Tribal dance taking place. We found more of the indigenous people doing a series of dances with drumming and there were two young children with a chain connected to a wolf and they were pulling the wolf into the dance. There was a shaman who circled among the dancers ...
... by the afternoon so Greg and I took them to El Charco for a long hike down into the canyon.. Papa and Nana came to see the ecological preserve, but did no extensive hiking. The kids found a stray dog in the preserve they wanted to take home. (More to come on stray dogs another day!) Last night, we packed up our things because we are moving houses. It has been a month since we arrived!
MOVING DAY! Greg's parents walked ...
... restful sleep, in spite of the church bells ringing at odd hours! There does not seem to be any specific time or reason for the ringing, but they peel them around 6:13 am and 6:42, interesting, maybe we can ask the neighbors. I introduced Raymond our neighbor to Sheila last night, he was walking his dog as we came home from our dinner.
We took a taxis to the La Malanguin golf course but I was not able to connect with Javier yet. ...
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