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... of place not only because we are white, but because we are dressed in shorts, tank tops, dressed 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 ...
Casa HOY has a new project here in Cuernavaca! We have now partnered with the Salvation Army. Out of all of the childcare projects, this one is definitely my favorite. Although I, of all people, should understand and that every organization we work with doesn't have the resources, in people or materials, it never stops breaking my heart to see a child with a ripped shirt playing with a pencil stub. While the Salvation Army might not have everything it needs, they make up ...
... famed corsets and casts from her horrifying injury as an 18 year old.
I love Frida not because of her art - which is typically very morose - but because of her pioneering spirit to do and express what she loved and cared about so intimately. Strong-willed and independent, she fiercely loved Diego Rivera (who was a womanizing *******), and desperately wanted to have a baby despite innumerable and painful miscarriages.
Their home was ...
... set aside for the fair. Here, there were many similaries, but lot of differences. First off, the La Feria was set in a block off street, probably just less than a mile in length, filled with vendor after vendor selling all sorts of stuff from clothing to toys to dishware, you name it! There were a couple of the big twirly vomit rides, probably only 7 total, but they were quite expensive (25 pesos per ride, about $2 a ride). Food vendors ...
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