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... the world. There are Domino delivery motorcycles zipping around here, too.
And Tex-Mex has made its appearance here, too. There is a brand new little Tex-Mex restaurant across the street from our house. It has a gravel floor and the sky as the roof and bright oil cloth table cloths, a cute little place that was just a gravel lot a month ago. Several of stopped in for lunch last week and started ...
... tomorrow, and this should be checked off soon.
Beautiful colorful birds,
checked, checked, checked.
Scorpions, checked. No
Turtle, Ray almost saw a
turtle, saw tracks from large mom turtle that came to shore to lay her eggs.
Speaking of animals, one
is looking at me and he looks hungry, I best feed him right away.
a community of 20,000 or 30,000 people ..
It is a little bit like San Miguel, but not quite the same..
I get to know some of the people in the community of Vanier
and some of them get to know me,
but it is not the same as in San Miguel..
In San Miguel there is a little bit of the underlying feeling that
there is us (the English speaking people), and
there is them (the Mexicans).. the there is US and THEM feeling....
Some of ...
Mis Estimados Compadres,
I am now in Mexico and I am eating my meals in the sun on outdoor Mexican restaurant patio's, walking in the sunshine and I have the four outside doors to my terrace and two balconies open all of the time to let in the warm fresh air..
My place is on the second floor... ...I hate Ottawa winters - I do not want to go outside and do things there,I want to hibernate there, and I find the cold weather and darkness a ...
... 1st and 2nd in connection with the Catholic holidays of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day. Many Mexicans will go to cemeteries "to be with" departed family members. Two common symbols of the Day of the Dead are the skull (calavera) and skeleton figures (catrinas).
Many celebrate Day of the Dead by eating the favorite food of their ancestors as well as pan de muerto and decorative calavera candies. Pan de ...