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Sangrita Recipe

The proper way to drink Tequila in Mexico is with a shot of Sangrita as a chaser. Mexicans do not drink Tequila with salt on their hands and a [...]

By |September 24th, 2015|Mexico, Tourism|0 Comments|
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    Hidden Mayan ruins and the elusive Mexican Jaguar of Calakmul

  • The main pyramid from ground level
  • It is as if the trees were giants walking the steps
  • The two main pyramids are like twin peaks poking out of the jungle
  • It is estimated that people abandoned this city 600 years ago, so nature has reclaimed its stake
  • Looking towards the main pyramid from another pyramid
  • A wild turkey strolls the pyramid steps

Hidden Mayan ruins and the elusive Mexican Jaguar of Calakmul

My knees are again weak from the sheer magnificence of a golden ancient pyramid piercing the immensity of the forest and escalating the narrow steps. The conquistadors were right about the existence of Eldorado. They were just a few hundred centuries too late to see a living bustling treasure.

Los Locos de San Miguel de Allende

El Día de los Locos de San Miguel de Allende is also known as the Day of the Crazies. It's when thousands of Los Locos de San Miguel de Allende parade throughout the cobbled streets of the city in handmade costumes.

La Feria, a Mexican Country Fair

La Feria, or “Fair” is Troncones country fair. Every year in late February, Troncones hosts its town fair. Beauty queens, kid’s ride, food and drink, rodeo, horse races, cock [...]

Jonesy, The Mexican English Bull Terrier

Jonesy, The Mexican English Bull Terrier tells his story in the first person, like a little boy. How he was born in the highlands of Mexico and adopted by [...]

By |November 15th, 2013|Books, Mexico|0 Comments|

A Turtle Shame

“Why are the dogs barking!” She said from somewhere deep in tropical dreamland. It was well past midnight or maybe the witching hour. Who knew and who cared. Three [...]

The violent truth of Mexico

The only violence I experienced in Mexico was at the Easter weekend Corrida. Where four bulls were killed and two men were carried out on stretchers.

We watched an amazing [...]

The Heart Of Mexico

I later found out that “Special something” was real. This town possesses a special magic which in turn possesses you. There are many rational and logical reasons for this [...]

Animan Magazine | San Miguel de Allende

This was my first article for Animan Magazine, also my first for my virgin writing hand to be introduced to the published world. Having never stepped foot in Mexico, [...]