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This is the tale of El noche de los rabanos Part I -Day time :
The morning walk to school had the city buzzing with activity, so we decided to check out the scene at the Zocalo where the exposition of the art work for the competition of the El noche de los rabanos was getting set up. The streets leading into the Zocalo were shut off from traffic and ...
... as well. The room is very tiny. It is sufficient in size, but you wouldn't want to hang out there much. Which is just fine with us. Today we went out for a run which was more like a walk as Margaret wasn't feeling great and it was very warm this morning so that would not have helped her. We went to Chahue Bay and looked at the water for a bit. I will not be swimming (drowning) in ...
... as part of the pilgrimage to “Virgen
de Guadalpe”. All the way through the mountains we kept coming across small
vans decorated and holding many runners who were taking turns to jump out the back
of the van and run their “leg” carrying, what appeared to be, an Olympic style
torch. As we passed through the small villages there were many people,
especially children, lining the road to cheer them along. I found it hard ...
... ever the scholar, reflected on how impossible the process has been for her research participants who've entered the United States without all of the documentation we were able to provide. I could tell she was writing lecture notes in her head as we walked to catch the bus.
When we called the immigration office the next week, they told us that our applications had been approved, so we took the kids out of school and headed back downtown to make ...
... sky. It was so much different than anything I had really experienced in the US, except perhaps Obama’s inauguration… but even then, it had its own Mexican flare.
Finally, at 1:00, Lopez Obrador arrived. The people went absolutely nuts! It was as though a true celebrity had just walked on stage. Of course, shortly after he began speaking, my fellow Americans and I quickly got bored. We had been standing out in the humidity for 2.5 hours, and we ...