Hotel Casa Mexicana
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... and where we are going and to make sure that I do not miss my bus stop and trying to read all of the espanol signs that are on the streets.. a Gringo on the bus may be a little bit of a novelty for the Mexicans.. Middle class and wealthy Mexicans do not use the bus system because they consider it lower class and beneath them, and they would find it very humiliating and demeaning to use a public bus..
There are a lot of taxi cabs in San Miguel, millions, ...
... of The Three Kings/The Three Wise Men to us Anglo's - from the 3 kings, not Santa Claus... After January 01 and to January 06 you see people dressed up like the Three Kings - this is their version of Santa Claus.
The Three Kings brought presents for the baby Jesus, now they bring presents for all of the kids in remembrance of the presents that they bought to the baby ...
... all at one time,
not piece meal.
I have a million things to say about Xmas in San Miguel - but I just do not have the time to do it right now - and maybe never. .
There is no snow in San Miguel - I am not disappointed - I would be if there was snow in San Miguel..
I am enjoying my life in San Miguel and one day I will be dead (maybe???)..
Viva La Mexico
Mis Compadres, Mis Amigos y Compaņeros.
Senor Mexico ...
... shops etc., I sat in the library and read a book, drinking coffee. We agreed to meet at the motel at six and plan dinner out ( normal). Any way I got back to the best western to fine Sandi with bruised knees, shoulder and face, she had taken a tumble. Not serious but the streets are so uneven with the occasional hole, curb etc.. Anyway she is okay, we are a bit worried about an infection, but hopefully everything will be fine. I was going to take ...
... Created a year ago, the mission is to encourage participation and protect the traditions of "Dia de Muertos". "The 'Calacas' set on the task of producing a one-of-a-kind festival by encouraging artists to explore the Day of the Dead traditions (that commemorate the transitory return to Earth of those who have departed from this life) and by doing so, provoking a moment of reflection of our transitional nature." What a beautiful expression and ...