Hazarding a greeting, I interjected "Buenos dias" into the darkness.
"Buenos dias, caballeros," he saluted in his faulty Spanish.
"Buenos dias, senors," Sanchez spoke with unusual crispness.
"Buenos dias, senor," ceremoniously said the foremost guerrilla.
His buenos dias in reply was hearty, and his voice soft and rich.
Evidently he had been trained in royal urbanity for he immediately came up to us, shook hands and said, "Buenos dias."
An old gray man approaches; they touch the left arm with the right—an abbreviated hug; say “Buenos dias, patron!”
The “buenos dias” that passed between him and Vizcarra showed that it was their first meeting for that day.
The people are very polite, and when passing one in the road they always say adios (good-by), or buenos dias (good-day).
"Buenos Dias, Señores," said Maraquando, as the young men arose from their meal.