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... other hand has finished her University degree. The thing is, they have one thing in common: They both couldn't find a job, and so, with a little bit of inspiration and creativity they have embarked in the adventure of promoting their culture through showcasing and selling beautiful handmade
clothes, sandals, candy, mezcal and beautiful orange clay crafts.
I spoke with César about this adventure and he tells me that ...
... bigger than I was expecting. Then back home to our square. Across the square from us is the Palacio Nacional , home to the Diego Rivera murals. These massive masterpieces show the history of Mexico, ending with a scene of a village after Cortes' arrival. One block up is the Templo Mayor. The Mexica believed this was the centre of the universe... so Cortes destroyed most of it and built most of the square we are staying on. Then into ...
I've been really looking forward to my culinary tour, I've had to cut a couple of extra notches in my belt recently to keep my jeans from falling down. I've checked into a hostel on Mexico City central plaza. There is an impressive cathedral outside (stock photo of the solid gold altar, ...
... but it was nice by the time I arrived at the castle. Once there, I was pleasantly surprised and super excited to come across two murals as I entered the castle. They are just so amazing to me! After taking those in I made my way through the museum. It had a little bit of ancient Mexican history, but focused on more modern history. I enjoy that more since I studied it last summer. The last room I visited in the first section of the castle was yet another ...
... and trying out just about every café in our neighborhood of Polanco.
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However, we have had one big change! Dixie is losing her status as our only child: