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The Ruins of Mexico (Part Two) Posted by on Oct 13, 2021

In my last post, we learned about some of the most famous ruins in Mexico. You can click here to read it in case you missed it. Hoy vamos a continuar nuestro viaje a las ruinas de México (Today we’re going to continue our trip to the ruins of Mexico). After all, there are amazing…

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The Ruins of Mexico (Part One) Posted by on Sep 30, 2021

Hay muchas ruinas antiguas en México (There are many ancient ruins in Mexico). Some of them are tucked away deep in the jungle, while some are just a quick drive from major cities. Visiting these ancient ruins is one of the top things to do when traveling here. Hoy aprenderemos sobre las ruinas de México…

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Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month Posted by on Sep 16, 2021

Hoy empieza el Mes de la Herencia Hispana. Se celebra del 15 de septiembre al 15 de octubre cada año en los Estados Unidos (Today begins Hispanic Heritage Month. It is celebrated from September 15 to October 15 each year in the United States). It’s a time to recognize the many contributions that Hispanic Americans…

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Un Viaje Virtual a Bolivia (Parte Dos) Posted by on Aug 30, 2021

Bolivia es un país increíble para visitar. Los paisajes son hermosos y la cultura es única. Es uno de mis países favoritos a los que he viajado. (Bolivia is an incredible country to visit. The landscapes are beautiful and the culture is unique. It’s one of my favorite countries I’ve traveled to). I already introduced…

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5 de Mayo: Is it a Mexican Holiday? Posted by on May 5, 2021

Today is May 5th, or Cinco de Mayo as it’s known in Spanish. All over the US, people are eating nachos and drinking margaritas. Many are probably wearing a sombrero and/or a poncho. Some think they are celebrating “Mexico’s 4th of July.” Well, I’ve got some bad news for you: el 5 de mayo no…

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Famous Frida Kahlo Works and Quotes Posted by on Apr 15, 2021

In my last post, I introduced the iconic Mexican artist Frida Kahlo and discussed her early life. You can click here to read it if you missed it. Before I continue with her life story and her tumultuous relationship with Diego Rivera, I’d like to share some famous Frida Kahlo works and quotes. Famous Works…

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