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Glass floor over the Atlantic, retractable roof, and the largest minaret in the world, what is it?

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Do you know where this place is? Not everyone can get in. There is a laser beam on top of the minaret and a retractable roof that can be opened in 5 minutes. Take a look at these pictures and let me know if it isn’t a fascinating place.

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Lake Camécuaro: “The Place of Bathing”

Image of Lake Camécuaro in Tangancícuaro, Michoacán, México.

Lake Camécuaro: “The Place of Bathing.” This time I want to show you a beautiful place to take pictures if you like nature with crystal clear water, geese, ducks, and amazing old evergreen trees. Check it out!

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Inviting two girls for a date at the same time by mistake

Inviting two girls on a date at the same time by mistake

Read my story when I invited two girls for a date at the same time by mistake while I was in Utah. Don’t make this mistake.

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The Three Kings’ Day Celebration in Cajititlan

The three magi or wise men or also known as the three kings on a Catholic church in Cajititlán, Mexico.

The celebrations of the Three Kings’ Day in Cajititlan are big. There is music, dances, a fair, processions by foot and by boat, and more. Here I’m sharing with you my experience visiting Cajititlan. These pictures can give you and idea to see if you want to take part of the Three Kings’ Day in Cajititlan.

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How Was 2015 For You?

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How did it go in 2015? Would you be able to summarize your life in 2015? I did mine and this is what I have in text, video, and photos.

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My Experience at the Guadalajara YSA Convention 2015 – Special Guest: David Archuleta

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I went to a YSA convention with David Archuleta as the special guest. All activities, workshops, dances, color race, speeches and more were unique. And, yes, I know you want to see and know more about David Archuleta 😉 click on the article to see it.

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Chefchaouen: The Blue Pearl

White and blue homes in Chefchaouen, Morocco, Africa.

Chefchaouen’s vivid homes boast a combination of white and blue everywhere in its narrow cobblestone alleys and stairs. See some pictures I took there.

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Want to Take a Look at Pátzcuaro?

Picture of a street with houses on both sides of the street. Houses painted in white and red.

White and red houses of adobe with tile roofs and cobblestone streets, a long history, and local traditions make Pátzcuaro a magic village. Let me walk you around this particular place that amazes thousands of visitors each year. Keep reading!

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The Best and Worst Hike of My Life

View of mountains in the desert.

The best and worst hike of my life so far. Can you guess where in the world that was? Continue reading to find out where and why.

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My Favorite (and Not So Favorite) Restaurants in Veracruz

Veracruz restaurants. Pizza, salmon a la veracruzana, cheese with tamarind

From the ordinary to the extraordinary, let me show you something about my latest trip to Veracruz, Mexico in late January and early February. I’ve been to Veracruz a couple of times, but there was something different in this last trip that I would like to highlight. And it is not the famous San Juan de Ulúa fort, neither the traditional and historic downtown, nor the nice pedestrian area along the beach, nor the rich folkloric dances; no, none of that, but the food!

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