The day I was arrested by mistake, well, actually the technical word is detained. I was detained and handcuffed by mistake. True story, here it is.
Tag Archives: Mexico
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!
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.
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.
Have you had embarrassing stories that make you want to crawl into a hole? I have, several ones. Here is one of them.
I was in Hermosillo, Mexico. I was probably nine years old and in fourth grade. A friend invited me to play video games at his home after school. Do you want to know what happened next?
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!
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!
While in Mexico City, I came across La Cocinita de San Juan restaurant. It is a quite interesting place that serves pre-Hispanic and exotic food. Among the less common poultry and meat offered are quail, pheasant, ostrich, wild boar, buffalo and others. But those aren’t the most strange things there, read more to find out what I ate!
Today, being Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in Mexico, I’ll share with you a couple of pictures of that night I slept at the graveyard in 2010. Do you want to know what I saw? Here are some pictures.