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Text and photos by Caitlin Donohue

We’ve been hard at work on our Relationships Issue, so the premiere of San Cha and Vain Hein’s post dramatic, half hour production “¿Dónde Están los Daddies?” at Mexico City’s Hazme el Milagrito gallery touched on some important things on our minds lately. 287 more words


Earth & Sky

We went on an eight day Ignacian retreat from March 18th to the 26th in Mexico City.  Most of our days were in silence, interrupted by two short conferences, a mass and a chance to meet our director for about fifteen minutes each day.  356 more words


Why are you moving...there?

If I had a dollar for every time someone looked at me like I had grown a third head when I mentioned moving to Mexico, we could probably all eat off the dollar menu at McDonald’s. 130 more words

Road To Mexico City

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I just got back from Mexico City. I know what you’re thinking, what was BlogXilla doing in the DF…I hope he didn’t drink the water… 650 more words


Guadalajara - Mexico City: To the Huasteca and back again

Kilometres: 9833
Mexican states: 13/32
Pre-jungle insect bites: 0
Post-jungle insect bites: approx. 345,423

“I’m dirty and salty and damn it feels good to be a cyclist again,” I wrote with distressingly bad grammar on the first night after we left Guadalajara. 4,164 more words


Tepache, like a Mexican kombucha

Today’s trip to the local tianguis (farmer’s market) introduced me to my new favorite pre-columbian beverage, tepache. Served cold from a barrel, tepache is the product of fermenting pineapple skins and rinds with piloncillo, aka panela, a dark brown sugar made from unrefined cane sugar. 119 more words


H-Bomb's Sunday photo, week 62: an art museum in Mexico City

Happy Sunday, people. On this day in history in 1867, the British Parliament passed the British North America Act, which created the Dominion of Canada as part of the British Commonwealth. 308 more words