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... in the right direction. Villa's villa was nice little estate, complete with all his furniture, and little descriptions of his life here...designed to help me practice my Spanish. There was also an array of weaponry he and his troops used in their revolutionary war. There were also vintage posters Villa distributed, invited all "gringos" to join his cause. His life came to an end when he was shot down in his ...
... Mexico, what music do I like, what my name was, where i'd travelled and then one weirder question of if there were any hooligans where I come from. The rest, it was really difficult to understand as the accents in that region are really strong - I could understand the passenger a lot more than the driver, who seemed to be getting annoyed that I could understand some things but not others - there was of course things I was deliberately playing dumb to, specifically the money part, ...
... the summer working on tobacco, tomato and cucumber farms, they would return to Mexico for the winter. This is still the lifestyle for many of the Mennonites who live in our neck of the woods.
As the bus went through the Mennonite lands, we saw row upon row of apple and peach trees. Netting is in place above the trees to be used when there is frost. We also passed fields and fields of corn, beans, oats and wheat. Chihuahua cheese ...
... a huge park, similar to Central Park in size- and had a lot of fun at the distorted mirrors corner and labyrinth! We also enjoyed a nice walk in San Angel, a beautiful colonial district with a handicraft market where locals like to stroll on Saturdays. We also made it to Coyacan, another pretty neighborhood of Mexico city, quite colorful and residential, where we visited the Casa Azul, Frida Khalo's house. It was very interesting to be reminded what an impressive woman this ...
... of kerning and spelling errors. These signs are done by professionals. Sign painting is becoming a lost art in the US as computers make it easy to generate sturdy, professional signage. It looks like the art is still alive in Mexico. (FYI: In my twenties, I briefly apprenticed with two different sign painters).
We passed many food stands right beside the highway advertising barbacoa, pork, chicken, and mixed meats. These were generally large canopy tents with ...
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