Archivos del autor: melissauninter

Feria de la esfera en Tlalpujahua, Michoacán 2017

Sphere Fair 2017 The “Feria de la esfera” at the Magic town of Tlalpujahua, Michoacan began on September 30, 2017 and will be until December 17, 2017. Take the opportunity to admire and acquire the best Christmas spheres of blown glass and other Christmas decorations that you can find in the municipal auditorium and also there will be cultural activities

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Mexican Experience: Kailee Haong at Spanish School Uninter Cuernavaca

Con la Mente Abierta [Written by Kailee Haong coming from Gonzaga University in U.S.A. and ex-student at Spanish School Uninter; she tells us about his experience studying Spanish language, living in Mexico with a Mexican family and denying some myths about the Mexican country]. More often than not, we disregard our southern counterparts by categorizing them as poor, lesser, drug-riddled

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“Festival Nacional del Globo, Tequesquitengo 2017” Another Adventure of our students from Putney School

On Saturday, October 21 our students from Putney School attended at the National Balloon and Music Festival 2017, carried out in Mexico Gardens, Teqesquitengo, Morelos. The main attraction of this event was the flights in aerostatic balloons started to inflate at 6:00 am and then those began to take off at 7:00 am.     At 9:00 a.m. the other activities

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Mexico after the earthquake of September 19, 2017

On September 19, 2017, an earthquake struck Mexico causing severe damage in Mexico City and the states of Puebla and Morelos. The earthquake of 7.1 Richter-scale caused a damage in 150 thousand homes and with over 300 lives lost.     The army, foreign assistance, and thousands of citizen volunteers helped with search and rescue operations and now they are

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COME TO MORELOS AND TASTE ALL THE DELICIOUS TYPICAL DISHES FROM DIFFERENT VILLAGES! (Part 3)

Tepoztlán village: In the village of Tepoztlán, the best place to eat is in the market located in front of the convent, where you can eat: Itacates Green Mole  Tamales of Butter Gorditas stuffed with cream, sauce, and grated cheese   Puente de Ixtla village: In this place you can found more typical dishes: Enchiladas of peanut Nopales in Guajillo

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