Tag Archives: Mexico

A Little Piece of Old Mexico in Sedona, Arizona

No need to drive south to Mexico when you can spend a day in Tlaquepaque in Sedona, Arizona.  For my nonspeaking Spanish speakers, the name means “the best of everything.” When Abe Miller, a Nevada businessman, began  to fulfill his … Continue reading

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New Limousine

This is a wonderful idea.  I hope this woman’s example will be followed by other ambassadors in Delhi and the Indian elite. It would  help with the fumes and are  very efficient slipping in and out of traffic.  The traffic … Continue reading

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“Sicario”. . . . a film

In Spanish, Sicario means hit man.   David and I saw this last weekend.  It is an intense drug trade thriller where you will be confused, at least at the beginning, as who are  the good guys and who the … Continue reading

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Discovery in the Mexican Reservoir

400-year-old church re-emerges from beneath Mexican reservoir Jess Staufenberg,The Independent | Oct 18, 2015, 06.25 PM IST The remains of a mid-16th century church known as the Temple of Santiago, as well as the Temple of Quechula, is visible from … Continue reading

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Poinsettias were used by the Aztecs  to produce purple dye and early cosmetics.  The white milky sap was uses as medicines to treat fevers.  Today we call that sap latex! The  first introduction of these beautiful flowers north of the … Continue reading

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