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... It's really beautiful and interesting the way Mexicans view the afterlife. It's very colorful and joyous. They celebrate it in a way that is different from in the States and I like it very much. After we found the cemetery, we were walking across a road that had a small river flowing through it. We followed the river down to where people were swimming in it! There were two little boys playing in the water, and one of them was holding a stick and on the end of the stick was ...
... with it. As big changes in our society become the norm due to the effects of humanity on this planet, personal introspection is going to be needed in order for realistic change to occur. Traveling solo allows you to get comfortable with yourself and listen to your intuition, your instinct. Besides, when I'm camping out in the desert, under the stars with the cactus and the distant sounds of beasts, my companion is always right beside me, ready to bear me to my next ...
... and director of Mexican cinema. This grand hacienda had been adorned with shrines for friends and past visitors of the actor, which are linked to Dia de Los Muertos celebrations.
My wonderful weekend is closed by drinking Mexican tequila (real tequila!), which is sipped and combined with a slice of lime, plus a long drink mixed with grapefruit juice in a glass rimmed with salt. Really delicious, and turning me back into a tequila ...
... back in the area. This time we drank tea and ate scones…..yes really……and then took the tour on an open top bus. Once again it was just such a lovely experience. I also got to try some other street food. As we were walking back home we heard this piercing whistle. Martha explained that this was the sound that signified a street vendor selling hot sweet potatoes and plantains. Once I expressed my interest we were off in pursuit ...
We are now lettuce experts. Since our baby lettuce survived transplanting on Monday, we were now seen fit to plant bigger lettuce plants in the ground. On our last day we got to do work on our own since Jean Louis had to go into town and buy more supplies for the garden. It was kind of cool to have the whole huge garden to ourselves. We took a break from lettuce planting and saw the rabbit hutch where there are at least 40 rabbits. Jean Louis says he keeps them to ...
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