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11/11/11 from Jerez, Mexico, a “pueblo magico”

Hello World,

And welcome on my journeys of exploration. I wish this to be fun for you, perhaps unusual, and most of all informative.  God willing….;)

I begin this blog on the special day of 11/11/11 from the “pueblo magico” of Jerez, Mexico. The government has deemed this old city in the colonial highlands of Zacatecas state as “magical.” (It was built by Spaniards in the 1500’s and is currently under restoration for present and future tourism).

I write from the dining room of Hotel Jardin where I am enjoying the laughter from the very good-looking jerezanos who are celebrating a wedding. Without the cowboy hats these men look very Spanish though I imagine they would say they are proudly Mexican. The women are beautiful – elegant and glamorous in pearls. Romantic Mexican songs play in the background.

I am smiling as I look out the “French” windows to the trees and flower garden of the park across the way. Great to feel transported; it’s a moment of heaven.

Because of “bouncing electricity” (possible surges) this missive is brief. I have every intention of posting mini-diaries + photos and more within a  few days.

May the road ahead take each of us to wonderful places.
Blessings, Guendalina

November 11, 2011 at 11:33 pm 2 comments

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