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I started the morning with a surprise waiting for me during breakfast. An old female friend who has her own dairy farm in Mexico sent me a care package that included something I have missed for years.
BobbyRica wishes our Mexican brothers and sisters a Happy Cinco de Mayo! Even though today isn’t technically an American holiday, nothing beats commemorating freedom from oppressors than during Cinco de Mayo. More so in light of the recent death of Osama Bin Laden.
Bullfighting used to be a popular sport that was introduced by the Spanish conquistadores. So popular it is that cities and towns had erected bullrings and even makeshift arenas to accommodate the sport. Through the years, however — and understandably at that, bullfighting is on the decline as more modern games like soccer [...]
One of the more common mishaps in traveling in Mexico is when you get afflicted by turista or traveler’s diarrhea. It is usually caused when one drinks contaminated water or contaminated fruit or vegetables. If you want to avoid spending your vacation in solitary confinement to a Mexican toilet, follow these simple rules: