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... in town, newly built for a Swedish couple, all white and modern, on a very skinny lot so lots of stairs up to the 4 levels of living space. Today we saw another big country house whose American owner raises horses and rides with the Mexican charros in parades, on horseback in full Mexican-style cowboy regalia; he keeps his saddle in the grand living room. Next door is his full-scale Alamo. (Yes, originally from Houston.)
The expat community also offers historic walking ...
... hoping that I will be able to start learning to speak Spanish
by the time that I go to Canada later in the year, in June or July..
But we will see - I will see - what will be, will be... "said Kay, said I" .
San Miguel is definitely a small town... I was in a Jehovah Witness Temple ONCE,
here in San Miguel, two years ago.. I met two Jehovah Witness'es on the street the other day.
They wanted to know how come they didn't ...
... was Nicholas de la Serna, one of the wealthiest men of his day. Its flowers reflected another common theme of the city's churches.
Time for a deserved java break. Stopped at The Italian Coffee for a cafe Americano and some blueberry figs 34MP. We were opposite the Plaza de Armas, immediately to the west of the cathedral. It was approaching 1100 but many people were relaxing in the colonnaded area, life proceeding at a slower pace here.
Heading over to ...
... bus was pretty much full.
We took Rte 14 to Morelia. It is hilly country. Farming was fairly prevalent. Most people, myself included, nodded off for part of the journey.
Morelia is a city of some high six figure number. American stores popped up. Several military police went by but the city seems quiet.
At the bus terminal at 1340. It was a fairly short ride to the Hotel El Carmen. Sid mentioned possibly going to the Copa ...
... not millions,
thousands, well maybe not thousands, maybe 100's...
But often, it seems that 1/4 or 1/3 of the cars on the streets are taxi cabs.
There are no taxi cab fare meters.
The price/cost of a taxi cab fare in San Miguel is 30 peso's ($2.40).
That is why middle class and wealthy Mexicans do not take the buses,
and maybe why most Gringo's do not take the buses.
I am too cheap to take taxi's most of the time...
And I ...
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