Postcards from Buster

Season 1 Episode 24

Lost and Found (Guanajuato, Mexico)

Aired Unknown Jan 05, 2005 on PBS
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Lost and Found (Guanajuato, Mexico)
Buster travels into Guanajuato, Mexico with Los Viajeros and his Dad and soon finds himself suffering a bit of culture shock. He's interesting in all the new traditions he's learning about, but is embarrassed at not being able to understand what people are saying in Spanish. He discovers that taking a little time to do some learning can help him to fit in better.moreless

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    • "Lost and Found (Guanajuato, MX)" is one of 3 episodes made outside the USA. The other 2 are "Spring Break (Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada)" and "Treasure Island (San Juan, Puerto Rico)."

    • Buster says in this episode that he's reading Alice Through the Looking Glass, but the title of the book he's holding reads Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which must mean that he has a volume of the Alice stories.

    • Show Promo: Repeat of the watersports promo first shown in "Buster's Buffalo Round-Up".

    • Hey! I forgot to tell you something I learned in Mexico: Buster explains that the place where Sereno and Tzintzún's family comes from was also the home of Diego Rivera. He was a famous artist who did murals throughout the United States and Mexico.

    • First time that Buster and Los Viajeros travel out of the United States together, although for one Los Viajeros member (Mora), it's home.

    • PBS Kids GO! - Stand-Up Comedy - A boy does a stand-up comedy routine about his dog.


    • Mora: El dia de las flores. It's the day honoring the town's patron saint, Virgen de Dolores. The festival's a lot of fun. Buster's in for a treat.
      The Day of the Flowers is a tradition in Guanajuato as known as the Friday of Pain. It's held to honor Virgen de Dolores whose name in English translates to the Virigin of Sorrows. Other observances throughout Mexico honor her in different ways.