Jaracuaro Hat Makers – Jaracuaro, Michoacan
Jaracuaro is just outside Patzcuaro along the lake. It sits on a narrow penisula that used to be an island. The streets are very narrow and unless you have to drive to the far end of town, it’s better to park near the store with the welcome sign and walk in. Jaracuaro is only about 20 blocks long and a few blocks wide.
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Cuicuilo – One of first towns in Valley of Mexico
The archeological zone of Cuicuilo was one the first towns of the Valley of Mexico. This pyramid is located south of University City and reached its splendor period from the 600 b.C. to the 200 b.C.
One the most highlighting aspects of this structure is its conic form because it is the only construction of Mesoamerica with that form. It could
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Charreada in Tlajomulco de Zuniga
Maria got a bunch of free tickets as a local restaurant promotion and asked if I wanted to go. I’ve only been to country rodeos and I was picturing precision drills by women riders – this was neither.
They call the Charreada the national sport – but I don’t know. These were four teams who compete on a regular basis with 5 events.
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This was my second time in Playa Azul and I’m a little more impressed than I was last summer. In the winter there are people there, more businesses are open and they keep the town clean. Last summer it looked abandoned. The beach is long and flat with no protection from the open ocean. We watched a number of fishing pangas struggling to get out over the waves. Had a nice sunset but can’t recommend
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Cotton in Mexico and Pacific
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