Real de Minas Bajio
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... the process. There were tons of chickens in a pile and the lady working there grabbed one. Then, Rebeca said, without wings, and the lady, with two quick chops of her machete-like knife, took off the wings and added them to a massive pile. Then she weighed it, and asked if Rebeca wanted it quartered. Chop, chop, down came the knife a few more times and the chicken was quartered. As I was watching this, I just kept thinking, this would ...
... metres from our accomm is our local plaza - Plaza Mexiamora, when we have spent time before bed. The kids play a vigorous game of soccer around the fountain while the dogs escape the confines of their homes and run around, their watchful owners at their front door. We usually occupy a bench, sharing a bottle of wine watching the locals enjoy themselves.
On the bus to Querataro at the moment, desert landscapes replaced by miles of farming land.
... and off we went! We stopped halfway in charming Queretaro for a simply delicious lunch and wandered around the charming square.
Mario is from Mexico City but a graduate of the University of Guanajuato. When we arrived and after my first glimpse at baby donkeys (!!!!!!!) we were treated to a simply wonderful tour of one of Mexico’s most charming towns. Cobblestone streets, colorful houses perched atop hilly countryside, bright flowers, strolling musicians, ...
... may have to be done in two batches. Blend until totally liquified.
On the stove in a big pot: the blended mix, 1 or 2 bullion cubes and chicken. Bring to a boil for about five minutes.
Serve dressed with big handful of lettuce, radish slices and several lime halves squeezed over the top (I like lots of lime in mine). Mix it all in. Top with oregano, diced onion and diced cerranos. Use tostadas to scoop or break into pieces and toss in. Yum!
... there wasn’t enough power to use the internet.
On the way to the ISA Office, I stopped at TelCel to finally buy a cell phone. I figure that it will be useful for the rest of the trip, especially if I want to go out and want Magda and Bugui to know that I’m safe. I’ll just call them or send them a text message to let them know that I’m all right. I am glad I got the phone, I guess. We’ll see how much I use it. It ...