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... things to do - like sleeping, lying down and resting, reading, watching TV, studying Spanish, etc..
Avocados are another item that I am getting into the habit of eating
- I cut the avocado in half and eat it out of its skin, usually with cheese and a lot of salt....
They have a lot of parades in San Miguel.. The parades usually have a lot of school bands, fire engines, police cars.. a lot of the people lining the ...
... the bus drivers who contract out with the city to service certain specific routes, providing service at certain specific times on the bus routes.... It is like the taxi cab ownership in Ottawa.. Apparently, it does not cost the city anything to provide the bus service that is available in San Miguel..
I think that the bus service in San Miguel is very good... And bus fare is 5 peso's (40 cents)..
I think that bus driver ownership provides a different nuance ...
... the silver store, bought a gift for my sister-in-law, and a Derby skirt for me.. We split a delicious turkey avocado sandwich at Mesa Grande. By that time, we had to get the kids at school.
Woohoo.. Fridays here are ice cream day for the Elliotts! We went to Thrifty (California ice cream store franchise). Grandmommy enjoyed going with Katie, Caroline and Thomas... and Stacy's kiddos too! The chocolate "malteada" (milkshake) is a favorite. Mom ...
... took Ben and Joe to the Toy Museum.. a bit of a disappointment for them. It was a fabulous collection of toys, but the boys could not play with them. Joe did not like that. They also went to the Juarez Park for the great play ground. Andrew loved the funny park rules..
Beth and I walked to the Jardin and mets all the boys. We walked to San Augustin for churros and hot chocolate... a maybe a bite of lunch. Ben and Joe loved the ...