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... br style="line-height: 12.688px;">He tells us he worked in Florida for three years as a woodworker on a construction crew.
"I never learned any English," he says. "I tried. But I just couldn't understand a word of it."
"Is that why you returned to Mexico?" we ask.
"I returned because Morelia is my home," he answers.
... history and there were some amazing copper sculptures outside the building. Well worth a visit! We decided to try a famous, local sandwich called torta ahogada which is filled with meat and then dipped into a hot sauce. We tried two local places, one called Clements which was AMAZING and the other was a chain called tonas tortas which was sub standard to say the least. It was also super spicy, I literally saw stars after trying to ...
Had a deep meditation experience working with the highest Buddhist teachings of Ashe Mahamudra. Working with the enlightened nature of the world. The highlight of the practice week was going out into the market and just being, touching the tenderness in my heart and walking senses fully aware, non-labeling, non-judging. Just being fully present in ...
What to do in Mexiko for your 23rd birthday?
Before leaving for the Exchange semester I was pretty excited to see where I will finally spend it. The decision was a very spontaneous one, as some of us decided to join the trip to Morelia with the student connection "Integrate".
Usually your own birthdays always end in a lot of stress as you have to organize the whole event. And often, everyone else is having a great “hang-out” time, but ...
... us to Miguel over brekkie.
The other four Canucks were late, holding up our 0945 departure. They were also the only ones in shorts. We are in a rather conservative part of the country and they should dress accordingly.
Miguel led us to the main plaza where he gave a bit of the history of the town. Patzcuaro [pat-square-o] was the first Spanish capital in the area. Now Morelia is ...