But seriously, I will miss the students and I appreciate them because they were good and stayed out of trouble which made it so Brandon could spend more time with us. They were super sweet with our kids and a lot of fun.
And now...to the food. I decided that just to be safe I should eat enough churros to hold me over until the next time we are in Mexico. I did that, and then I ate a couple more just to be safe.
Daisy helped me out in this pursuit.
We also took a bus to an area on the outskirts of town where there were tianguis. It is like a traveling mall that goes around to different areas and sets up shop for a weekend. I hoped that we would see something interesting but it mostly consisted of an overwhelming maze of junk and pretty tasty looking food carts.
In between the perfumes and pots there were also a few surprises, if you could find them. These little crabs for instance were for sell as pets.
It was also the only place where I have seen luchador action figures. Brandon knew most of their names.
The highlight overall was the popcorn.
On Saturday we took our last trip up to the Templo de la Cruz and the girls ate paletas while they pretended to be locals selling their wares. The guys who were really selling the stuff were sitting back by the wall trying to stay in the shade. I think they were happy to have someone sit in for them for awhile.
This one is called the Conchero and is often used as a symbol of Querétaro.
Tomorrow is our last full day here and then we fly out on Tuesday. I am sad to leave but I feel like we are all so exhausted that we probably wouldn't last any longer anyway.