10/30/2012 D 7
In the morning they fed us healthy breakfast.
And the couple suggested to visit San Borja. So we went.
Some sections are rocky and sandy.
We made to San Borja.
San Borja has history. According to Juan, there used to be over 3000 cochimil people lived in the area.
Now thete are only handful people left.
Franciscan came and gave them a church and grapes. Dominican followed with soldiers and took the native as slaves and took their gold.
Meanwhile native died of back breaking works and western deases.
I asked Juan how come Cochimil people didnt fight back?
He said missionaries came with soldiers.
Neil signed the guest book and made donation.
I asked Juan, the Cochimil prince to make many babies and bid farewell.
We went to Gurrero Negro and found a place to sleep.
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