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... On the way back, we stopped at the market and bought a pinata for tonight. It was a bit expensive but it was in the shape of a unicorn, so we kinda had to.
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Mexican New Year's Eve involves a number of local traditions. The aforementioned pinatas, of course, and firecrackers, which can be freely purchased almost anywhere. In addition, Ricardo filled us in on those weird looking dummy dolls that we'd been seeing outside ...
The volunteering would be perfect for a school group because the group would come closer than before and build a sense of teamwork in the group activities that they have planned throughout the course of the program. The entire program seems more fun than helping the environment but with the talks that you get you really get a sense of understanding what you are doing which is keeping records to see ...
... helados ( icecream ) and we enjoyed a wonderful concert of singing, live music and great traditional dancing by very talented men and women in traditional clothing. What struck me was all the men ( in the band, the presenter and dancing) who wore Yucatan white shirts and trousers wore also white strappy sandals with heels that would not have looked out of place on women.The women were stunningly dressed in elaborate embroidered dresses and hair held up with colourful ...
... experiences in why we believe in ghosts or souls. First, I shared my experience as a child in talking with my grandpa Jerry and also stories about him talking to angels after his stroke. Then, she opened up with me about her brother who had passed away 6 years ago. She had been having dreams about him for about a month, him telling her that he was not resting. She said that while she was sleeping, she awoke to something cold on her arm that made her skin freeze ...
While the hurricanes and its stormy aftermaths rock through about 16 states of Mexico, people in the world are drinking coffee picked from a small coffee plantation village. The storms completely destroyed over half of this village, and maybe the man or young woman who picks the coffee beans you brew every so often is now buried under what seems to be miles of dirt, fallen infrastructure, mess. How much of your coffee comes from a village now destroyed, such as ...