I walk a lot here in Aguascalientes. I go in and out of shops in Centro where I engage the locals in conversation to improve my Spanish speaking skills.
I also come across other nonverbal but interesting things in this quaint city.
Have a look at this poster I saw yesterday. Beer and yoga. Quite the combination. I can’t quite get my head around it but apparently many Mexicans can.
On my morning stroll through the Jardin San Marcos I encountered this colorful character. He was leading a walking tour in the area.
Preparing for the Ferria San Marcos is underway near the Expoplaza. The entire street is being redone as well as the path that goes by the park. I snagged this photo through a hole in the fence surrounding the construction site.
When you don’t have a yard for a birthday party the street will do nicely. Very different from the parties I made for my kids back in Canada. While bouncers were rare but parties in bowling alleys, roller rinks, mini golf centers and cinemas were common.
On my walk to the tienguis I passed by the junkyard. Look at all those plastic items on their way to be recycled.
Amidst the food vendors, used clothing, tools and miscellaneous hodge-podge I found this breath of fresh air at the tienguis.
Leavenworth is a Bavarian village and Las Flores is a quaint barrio. I am blessed to be able to enjoy both.