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... religious events occurred on astronomically significant dates, that were also celebrated by pagans.. Is this a coincidence - I THINK NOT!!!!.
February 02 is also considered to be the first day of Spring in San Miguel - the planting season.... Spring comes ealier in Mexico than it does in Canada.. And there is no winter in Mexico.. Boooo!!!! Hoooooo!!!!! (that is fake sorriness)...In a nearby big park, Benito Juarez Parque, 100's and 100's ...
... br> who participated in the Mexican Revolution, in various ways...
These parades, which are annual events, and are a little bit
like community rituals... .....
The Day of the Revolution came and went, and there was no revolution......
I was a little bit disappointed... I was looking forward to a little bit of excitment
in my otherwise boring life.....
The parade was in part ...
... than typical mescal which is 50% alcohol and rougher in the throat than tequila.
The three types of tequila are:
Blanco or Silver which is totally clear and less than 2 months old.
Reposada which is aged from 2 months to 1 year in oak barrels, either American or French, which can affect the taste.
Anejo which is aged up to 2 years in oak and has more of a whisky nose and taste.
... more white corpbuscles to carry oxigen through out the body - that is a good thing... ..
8. Living at a higher altitude apparently extends a person's life so that they live longer.
Previously, in a previous travelblog, I have mentioned that at a free lunch for the old, elderly poor, that there is 4 or 5 tables filled with people (all women) that are 95+ in age..
Viva La MexicoAdios Mis Compadres, Mis Amigos y Compaņeros.Senor Mexico ...
... no other visitors there yet so it was only the four of us, plus our guide. In Mexico it seems impossible to take a walk in the woods without an escort. Eventually we started seeing orange and black wings on the ground, and then our guide stopped us and said we were nearly there. He asked us to be quiet, to not whistle and to walk carefully. Ray translated for us, making things so much easier.
I looked ahead and at first, saw only ...