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... We'd go to an earlier mass and then eat out for breakfast. The first plan was to walk to a plaza about 15 minutes away and eat gorditas there, but as we were walking out of church Rebeca spotted the nuns selling tamales next to the entrance. We decided to eat tamales with atole instead. So, we bought them and sat down right there infront of the church and enjoyed breakfast.
We walked to the store afterwards to buy some groceries ...
... to get sleep and be focused and awake so they could get homework done the next day.
Sunday I got up and went to church with Rebeca. Then I did work until 4 when I met up with Ricardo and a friend of his. This might be a good time to mention that he's from Guanajuato the state, though he's lived in Nebraska most of his life. He still has some friends in the area and has studied here before. Anyway, he mentioned that there was a ...
... grandson who was driving, didn't notice a speed bump because the paint had worn off and it blended in very well with the road. It was a big speedbump so needless to say we all went flying up out of our seats. It was pretty funny as far as I was concerned and, like I said, made me feel like I was on Fraser's Island again, but Alonso had some upset family members yelling at him.
Silao's the next town over, and it was a carnival not all ...
... refrigerator, I got a peak as to what was in there--lots of fruits and vegetables. It was completely different from any American refrigerator: tons of potatos, limes, onions, jalapenos peppers, eggs, a pineapple and I don't rememeber what else. Not one single pre-made substance. I think I'll be eating pretty well here. :)
I also met Sasha at breakfast. She's a Korean exchange student who'll be in Guanajuato for the semester. However, ...
... and according
to my calculations the moon should be up soon.
we're off to San Miguel de Allende, but not before getting Hazel lost
in the tunnels of Guanajuato.
If you can spare another 10 minutes, you can check out last year's video
OK, its time to put a cap on this wonderful day.
Cathie,Kona n Ross.
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