Fiesta Inn Coatzacoalcos
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... by Jocotepec’s historian Aida Perez Aguilar, and translated here.
The long festival is actually two celebrations in one. The 250-year anniversary of the local parish and the 184 anniversary of the traditional day of the "turning of the clay pots". The tradition of turning pots dates back to 1833 when the people promised to celebrate the festivities in honor of the Lord of Mount for having saved ...
... us 10 min to check out the largest silver market in town - not possible, it was so huge! It is now obvious the Spanish did NOT rip all the gold and silver from Mexico. In fact, Mexico is now the world's largest silver producer, no surprise to us! Back in the hotel, we refreshed then headed off for a drink and dinner across the road again. Once we had eaten, we joined camps with the Burfitts, Matt Wall and Mark Langrell, for a fun few hours of Mexican cheer. ...
... of hanging papier- mache dolls full of candy.
All in the name of Joseph and Mary who arrived at the posada on a rented burro that was quickly whisked away to make an ass of himself at another posada. Prayers were said and then a guitar and accordion accompanied a special song ...
... in the winter months for a week
or two at a time. We had even been to the beaches and gone swimming. However, I had never “lived” in Florida. Most of all, I had never “lived” in Pasco County where we eventually moved to, worked,
and played for eight years. We were exposed to the “real” Florida. The “COLD”
months of January and February when we had to wear winter clothes and ...
... great margaritta's (not as large as Viva Mexico) and they were great. John suggested that I order the FLAT STEAK, with the meat coming from Argentina, it's apparently a cut about the local mexican beef.
Dinner was great and for dessert we had the "flan" - a local custard that was great. While we were having dinner, Ginger saw a couple that she knew and they invited us over to their casa for tequila after ...