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One of the most recognized Fiestas de Querétaro for its mysticism and tradition are the Fiestas de la Cruz of the miracles begin on September 13 with a large gathering of concheros dancing their chichimecas rites for all arcs, raising the Cerro de Sangremal to reach the Temple of the ...
After the first week of being sick(sinus problems also due to high pressure, stomach bug, flu and any consequence to these)in Mexico city or, like my friend Gerardo pretty rightly call it, Cement City, we finally set off to get out of the mess, still feeling a bit sick of course. Actually we did manage to do something during the weak week, as it was. We visited the anthropology museum in Mexico city, definitely worth it, and ...
... the content of the class, which you often need to answer the evaluated homeworks “tareas” or to score high in partial exams or quizzes. So, punctuality and continuity score very high at the TEC de Monterrey. From my apartment, it takes me 20 minutes walking to the TEC. The mornings in Mexico can be super cold, but at least it guarantees you arrive completely awake at your macroeconomics class. The class ends at 8.30am and most of the times, this is ...
... was already enamored with this city, I was officially head over heals. (Interestingly enough, my friend who studied in Querétaro in college and is in love with it was at this same time in Spain, where I studied in college and fell in love with it. She had already mentioned to me that she was falling in love with Spain.) My plan was to see the plaza, spend a few minutes there, and then start heading back. I couldn't. No way. So, Plan B was to take in the ...
... costumes with shell rattles on their ankles, and danced for hours in the sun, while sweat-dripping drummers beat traditional rhythms on drums of all sizes. We also saw several lute-like instruments which were made out of armadillo shells, bigger versions of the charangos we saw in Bolivia. They were used as the participants walked around the streets in processions.
Double click on the little video that we sent. I think that the dances are far more ...
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