Ajijic Class

My class was great today. 25 ladies attended and will be with me for the next two days. We didn't complete monet's garden the project, but will do so tomorrow. Quite a few of the ladies had a problem with the tension on their machines.

When talking, I had to compete with the cockerels crowing and the bells tolling during class. One had to stop for a short time because it's difficult to override the bells I can tell you.

Our classes are held in the outbuilding of San Andreas Church.


Begun in 1561, the Cathedral  located on the north-side of Plaza de Armas, was consecrated in 1616, presenting an interesting mixture of Baroque and Gothic architecture. Ten of the silver-and-gold altars were gifts from King Ferdinand VII of Spain. In a loft high above the main entrance is a magnificent late 19th-Century French organ.


It's uncharacteristically cold today, I woke in the night to hear what sounded like the sink overflowing but it was the rain.

So on with the woollies.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Wendy in Kennewick says:

    What a fantastic setting!!

  2. Chris John says:

    I love the achitecture of that church. What a wonderful setting to be working in. I can see why you like it so much.

  3. Hola Pam, thank you very much, I learned so many things, your work is so incredible, Im very happy, I think it was a very nice group. You had MOLCAJETE for lunch yesterday, which is the name of the stone your meal was served on, you can have beef, chicken, vegetables or just cheese and salsa on it, it always comes very hot (form the oven). I hope you enjoy Ajijic, wheather is the same in Guadalajara.

  4. Marianne says:

    And the name of the restaurant was El Jardin.

  5. Pam says:

    Thanks for the information folk.

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