Monteverde Hotel De Cabanas
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... de Delores', saying "Viva Mexico" and "Viva la independencia!" These famous words have been remembered and are said each year at the Independence Day celebrations.
The celebrating begins on September 15 (the eve of Independence Day) where crowds of people gather across cities, towns, and villages. Several days prior, you can see vendors selling all sorts of memorabilia of red, white and green, in preparation for the festivities. Just ...
... fact, we are glad to have seen with our own eyes, that everything these other people were warning us about, was not any worse than the violence and crime we needed to avoid back in the states. We had been in places that had a murder every single day; drive by shootings were normal in Southern Alabama; police officers were getting killed by two's in the Gulf Coast of Florida and robberies, kidnappings, muggings and rapes were common ...
Yes, we witnessed our first beheading in Mexico. That is what everyone in the U.S. kept telling us. Don't go down there, they behead people. Well, they were almost right. The only person that got beheaded that day was the pinata version of either Snow White or Goldielocks. I am not sure which one she was, but she sure did take a beating.
Our friend Marteen, who helps out Barb & Sal at the RV Park was having a party for his 3-year ...
... around the plaza and take some photos, and many will go in to the church.
We met a group at the RV park last week that invited us to their town for a little tour and lunch. We met American born Bob, whose son is the former guitar player for Quiet Riot and now plays for Ratt (for you headbangers that know these bands) and his girlfriend Lupita come to Hacienda about every weekend, and they were here celebrating a birthday when we were ...
... rice, bread and two cokes for under $10, total.
For desert, we stopped at the ice cream shop and had some fresh vanilla ice cream. Then we walked over to the butcher who deboned a boneless chicken breast and sliced it thin. Along with a two-pound t-bone steak, we spent 90 pesos. Just about $7.00. On our way back, we made a stop at the larger grocery store in town and bought a few things, spending another 115 pesos, about $10, and then headed back to Hacienda Contreras ...