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So, we too took part with the colors of Mexico and join our neighbors in the celebration. This is one of the biggest Mexican celebrations hat we have heard so much about. It also seems to be the start of celebration season, as many other festivities are just around the corner.
There will be many other celebrations to be had until the Spring.
We started Friday morning with a parade that had many of the area's school children. ...
... a safe journey, we know that God is always watching over us, and we stay positive with positive thoughts and stay focused on a happy and healthy journey.
So far, that is exactly what we have had. Everything has fallen in to place just right. And, although we did not follow our original itinerary, we are glad that it turned out this way. We have had a wonderful experience, have met some great people, and have seen some beautiful ...
... the house was filled with aunts, uncles, cousins and parents and a couple of neighbors. We ate what they ate, and then joined them out in the street as Marteen hung the 4 foot tall pinata from the upstairs balcany and let all the kids give it a whack. Eventually, tearing the entire body from her head, where most of the candy was stashed. Then one of the older kids really laid in to her and got the head smashed open, revealing the ...
... in exotic plants. We bought a couple but wished for more. A huge orchid and a big pot of equisetum. What buys!!!
After shopping we went to a restaurant recommended by our friend Patrick named La Troje and we were not disappointed.(Thanks Patrick) The food and service were excellent. This was some of the best food we've been served in Mexico. I had the huachinango (Red Snapper - Veracruz style), George ...
... staring Ric*********** and Elizabeth Taylor. The two stars like the film location so well that they both purchased houses in a part of the town that now is nicknamed Gringo Gulch. Cruise ships began stopping at the port and its transformation to full tourist destination was complete. The original dock that only serviced small ship tenders was quickly replaced by larger piers capable of accepting even the larger cruise ship such as the Princess Cruise Line Grand Class of ...
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