The two photos below show Sean with the two districts of missionaries he had the pleasure of teaching for the first six weeks of his stay in Mexico. He says it is very hard to say goodbye to his little band of students he has grown to love, and I'm sure the feeling is very mutual. Without a doubt.
I love that they positioned themselves underneath the famous BYU "B".
It is hard to see in this photo, but Seanie is sporting a custom-made, Mexican-tailored suit. Just a nice little perk of living in the land of the ancient Aztecs--you know, those famed fashionistas known for their creative use of bird plumes! Too bad you can't see Sean's pants . . . .
Seanie says that this castle is about 300 years old and that it is absolutely gorgeous inside. He also says it rains pretty much every single day. Looks like he speaks the truth.