MEXICAN SUNDAY BRUNCH IN TRONCONES

by diana fernandez, Saturday, March 10, 2018, 12:46 (196 days ago)

MEXICAN BRUNCH WITH MIMOSAS AND 2 FUN HOURS OF SPANISH AT "LA MEXICANA" RESTAURANT.
COME JOIN US, WE HAVE A GREAT TIME....AND WE LEARN TOO.
MORE INFO. 755 114 58 91
SPANISH TEACHER DIANA
BY THE WAY....EXCELLENT FOOD.

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MEXICAN SUNDAY BRUNCH IN TRONCONES

by DEBMN @, rosemount mn, Monday, March 12, 2018, 10:44 (194 days ago) @ diana fernandez

MEXICAN BRUNCH WITH MIMOSAS AND 2 FUN HOURS OF SPANISH AT "LA MEXICANA" RESTAURANT.
COME JOIN US, WE HAVE A GREAT TIME....AND WE LEARN TOO.
MORE INFO. 755 114 58 91
SPANISH TEACHER DIANA
BY THE WAY....EXCELLENT FOOD.

My husband and I went to Troncones and took this Spanish lesson 2 Sundays ago. I learned so much! I'm not a good student, I have a hard time picking things up but Diana was patient and persistent and made me get out of my comfort zone. It was worth it! Even if I can't correctly pronounce words, I at least can try and not feel like a complete fool. LOL!
You learn the very basics on vowel pronunciation, how verbs are used and you come away with hand outs so you can practice on your own.
The food, mimosas and coffee were delicious too!
Thank you very much!

MEXICAN SUNDAY BRUNCH IN COACOYUL

by HolyMole @, Monday, March 12, 2018, 12:31 (194 days ago) @ DEBMN

Apologies for this sidetrack, but "Mexican Sunday brunch" brings back pleasant memories of the terrific pollo con mole at Dona Celia's in Coacoyul. Sundays only - (hence my moniker) - get there before 1:30 or so, or it's all gone. I think it was 40 pesos last time we were there....including lots of frijoles, two kinds of queso, and delicious tortillas done right there on Dona Celia's woodfire comal. Doesn't get much more authentic than this: you'll probably be the only extranjeros there, rubbing shoulders with Mexican families from the surrounding area. You could even try your Spanish!
We missed Dona Celia's this trip, but for anyone considering an outing, take the Coacoyul "Hacienda" combi, which stops right at the door, on a Coacoyul sidestreet. Don't look for a sign....there isn't one.....it's Dona Celia's home. Tell the driver where you want to go. For the well-heeled, just grab a taxi from Zihua.