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... support from the state and federal government, including Conculta (National Council for Culture and the Arts) and CENART (National Center for the Arts).
Located in the renovated Vista Hermosa textile mill, CASA is an educational center and workshop which aspires toward 'eco-friendly' technologies.
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... impressive ruins in Latin America.
San Bartolo Coyotepec is famous for the production of various products of black mud, executed manually and baked in oven under ground. Coyotepec comes from "Coyotl" Coyote and ...
... turns out we weren't the only ones who liked the idea of staying close to nature however, a large gaggle of French hippies were domiciled in the area, and while the gentle scent of pot smoke carried softly by the jungle breeze was frequently detected it wasn't quite apt foil for the fact these creatures hadn't been near a shower for what seemed like a month. A couple of things that bug me about this particular brand of Hippie, I can look past the dreads, ...
January was a blur.
I am much busier now. I get invited to a party or get together about every Friday and Saturday, and every time I go I meet new people and make new friends. I've eaten more mangoes than in my entire life combined as they are so sweet and juicy, but probably not the best for slowing down my digestive system; I eat one probably everyday. On the subject of fruit, there was a dragon fruit growing in the patio, and we ate it last week, I ...
Miles Per Gallon: 19.7
Stayed in a slick camping spot next to a waterfall. It was a good spot to catch up on laundry and to relax a bit. This was one of those real natural waterfalls too, not that BS man-made business. Evander Holyfield would be proud.