Hotel Mision Naucalpan
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... diseases, some circumstantial, many self induced, some hereditary and a few imagined, he fell asleep in peace laying on his bed and surrounded by his devoted wife Yolanda and his sons Emilio and Juan Carlos.
During the 9 months I lived in Mexico last year, I had the wonderful opportunity of visiting my uncle and aunt almost every week to enjoy a cup of coffee, some galletas Marias and a Bible based conversation.
The Bible was my uncle's favourite ...
... what we could but there were a lot of things we had no idea what it was all about. There was the usual Ripleys stuff we have seen on the tv show like the worlds tallest, shortest and fattest people. There were videos on skateboarding dogs, people with horns growing from their head. One funny part was a video where people roll their tongues or make the clover shape with their tongues and while you watch the video you ...
... Aztec, new Spanish and the Mexicans. This was an interesting place and we got a guide around the church. The guide told us the importance of the pyramids and why they were constructed the way they were, the higher they went represented the importance of the chief person. We got a quick visit inside and some photos. Then we headed to the second stop of the day- this place was called Our Lady of Guadalupe, or our Lady. This was the first time that the Mexicans ...
... they do not understand the concept of using vegetables in their meals!
So now we are off on the next leg of our adventure to a Mayan town called San Cristobal de las Casas, all assuming we survive the tube journey with our rucksacks as there are political protests going on across the city tonight and so no taxis for us, and we are slightly reassured by the huge presence of riot police.....
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... many trick or treaters. It was a crazy day.
Today, though, is the real day of the dead. A blend of Catholicism and native tradition from the aztecs. Every grave has the orange marigolds on them to invite the souls to come back. People are partying and remembering their loved ones. This is a day of celebration, not sadness. One can tell by the cemeteries as they are highly decorative.
Some tell stories ...