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... not only because we are white, but because we are dressed in shorts, tank tops, dresses and all warm clothes and everyone here is typically dressed in pants and sleeves. To us this weather is beautiful, but to them this is everyday weather and is actually a little cold for them. If I were to come back I would pack more warm clothes, because I just assumed it was always warm here but at night I do get cold and I only packed one pair of sweats and one ...
... a powerful energy and there are many stalls selling a number of different alternative remedies and cures., along with a lot of crafts and artesanias. We walked around the town, and the market, before climbing up a very steep hill to see the ruins of the temple, Quetzalcoatl's birthplace. The town also has lax drinking laws and you are allowed to drink in the street, so I tried a ...
... and thick. Start by adding a little water. You can always add more water later. Blend ingredients, adding salt to taste.
When you’re happy with the taste of the salsa (not too spicy, not too bland), pour it into a frying pan with a little cooking oil. Heat salsa to a slow boil. From this step, you are ready to use your salsa for enchiladas or other Mexican dishes, or just in a bowl with tortilla chips.
There is truly nothing like seeing a city through a local's eyes, so when Martha, Robyn's friend offered to show me around Coyoacan - a charming, small-feeling colonial town within massive Mexico City - I was thrilled.
I met her Thursday morning at the famous Angel where we hopped on the city bus (yay, I love traveling with the locals) and rode the bumpy, hot route to Coyoacan.
I'd met Martha at Robyn's birthday festivities and then shared a ...
... that they can do just as well as anyone else. Everyone at the shop is great, very friendly and funny. My supervisor at ALEM is a very kind and welcoming woman who went to college in the states, so she speaks perfect English. There is also an American that works there part time that speaks English, but for the most part it’s all Spanish. I bring my dictionary with me everyday, and use it. My supervisor explained to me that for the ...
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