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... and then the rim of the glass is covered in red chili (a low picante/spicy type). You can also have a Michalada which is a Chalada mixed with a fruit such as mango. Have to say I didn't love the Chalada but will give it another go I'm sure.
A great day filled with new experiences. I am quickly coming to the realisation that this trip will be a journey filled with food, drink and chili :) ... I best start doing some exercise!
... world Mexico.... there was a very high watch tower with a security guard in it with binoculars constantly surveying the parking lot. It reminded me of those movies about prisons with the prison guard watch towers on the corners of the prison..
First world Mexico has to be constantly keeping an eye on and being on guard against the second world Mexico.....I am wondering if the the security guard in the watch tower with the binoculars is part of ...
There was a parade in San Miguel on Saturday, January 21.
It was Allende's birthday....
The parade was about 30 blocks long.
There was at least 10 to 15 bands - mainly school bands, mainly marching bands with drums and trumpets. I think that they had every school kid in San Miguel marching in the parade in their school uniforms. Then came some fire engines, police cars, ambulances, ...
... what you shared during a meeting,
after a meeting....
And of course the anonymity rule is meant to eliminate the fear of people even knowing that you have been at an AA meeting.
These rules to eliminate or at least reduce fear are to eliminate one reason or at least reduce it
for people to lie, to lie from fear.......when they share at meeting and be more honest when they share at meetings....
... Dolores Hidalgo.
In Dolores Hidalgo they do a lot of pottery, and my Mom has done a lot
of pottery, what a coincidence. There were lots of shops and stands
selling their talavera pottery, but we went right for a factory tour,
thanks Cathie. This area is one of the few places talavera is made in
Mexico. It was interesting to see how they grind the clay into a
powder. Because it's so hot and dry here, (sorry but I couldn't help