La Casa Azul
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... and a coke, yesterday I paid about $5 so it was a little more. I had the taxi driver take me back to city center and I spent a little bit more time there. By that time it was getting a little late so I started to walk back to Lucy's. I ran into two LDS missionaries and one of them couldn't believe I was alone. I told them I was staying with a "friend" (Lucy!) and that my other friends were arriving in the morning. He was from Lehi Utah, small world.
... there is a big celebration and they open one of the dams in the city. I went the first year, but arrived after they opened it. So, this year, without classes, I headed up there early. Along the way I found a beautiful Victorian style house that had a hodge-podge of businesses inside: a cafe, a small art exhibition and rooms to create art/take classes, and some kind of elementary education display. After exploring that jewel, I continued on. The dam ...
... better than some of the other colonial towns but lets not carried away with things now!
Had my own room, with a good view over the town – which predictably had been declared another UNESCO World Heritage site, and a Pueblo Magico (Mexico’s own version, where every single town is a 'Magical Town’).
The following morning, had the perfect hangover cure, as went with Juan to visit some thermal baths with all the old Americans – here is me on ...
... overwhelming. I know I'm not the only one in this situation, but I know VERY little about the history of Mexico so I'm getting bombarded with new information. There are a few names and events I recognize from the Mexican culture class I took last summer so at least I have that.
One downfall of the new session is the people we're missing. Monday morning, Maria Elena met me at my house as we've been doing since ...
... enjoyed this. Bands were setting up
to play. We will hear them tonight as we nod off to sleep. Vendors
were out selling their goods, and families were out visiting, just
like us, except we are from a different country, but treated just
like we belong here.
Cathie is enjoying her book and a nice warm footbath. Kona is out flat on
our bed. It's still warm outside if you're in ...