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... where this waterfall was forming a nice pool to bathe in its cold but pleasnat water and then going off to form this lovely pooled steps for the next kilometer or so.This is also where mosquitoes feasted on our lovely sweet blood.
Anyway,after a couple of free rides on the back of some nice but nutter drivers we had to unfortunately leave this amazing Sierra of which we only visited a tiny bit of,very close to 0% basically.Apparently there are some jaguars living somewhere,I ...
... Miguel drivers in general tend to be very patient and courteous drivers - they have to be because of the very narrow streets and many delays that result from that - and San Miguel is small town friendly... .
I enjoy writing this travelogue, and I write it mainly for myself,
not for my gentle travelogue readers...
Writing it makes me more aware of what is going on around me in my environment
and what I am doing, and it gets me thinking ...
... our Catholic church. Almost all of the churches here are Catholic, but this one has a 10:30 a.m. English mass. We also know a handful of school friends who attend such as Coach Shawn, our gym teacher, and his wife Shannon. Their daughter, Kate, is in Thomas' class. Kate and two school mates, Lilly and Kipling, always take the offertory gifts up to Father Oser each week. Of course, we know Lilly and Kipling's parents well too... ...
... I did a sunset hike (easy to do with time change from last weekend) straight up a hill from our Ojo de Agua neighborhood and caught a fantastic view, if not a superb workout!
Greg and I capped the night off with a dinner date at Posaditos. Francisca babysat while we enjoyed a roof top dinner of pozole, chicken fajitas and nice vino. Nice night, and romantic view of Parroquia from this restaurant!
... kids today! We are going to Xoti Parque Acuatica (aquatic park located about 15 minutes outside of San Miguel in the countryside). I am hesitant to go alone with the kids, so I am glad Greg wants to take the kids while he is in town. On the taxi drive out, we pass the suburbs, and then some Mexicans riding donkeys and horses in the countryside. Of course, there are numerous stray dogs dodging traffic. When we arrive at the Xoti entrance, ...
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