“Do you speak Spanish?” – our guide said in slightly broken Spanish.
“Meh, kind of.” – I replied in more broken Spanish.
“Well, that makes two of us.” he giggled.
Angahuan is one of those cities in Mexico where, up until recently, the majority of the population spoke the indigenous language. When tourism became so important for Volcan Paricutin, some people chose to learn the language to cash in on the tourist flow.
These horses do not have a breed but are known as “The Peoples Horse”. They are almost exclusively ridden by the indigenous people.