From Guanajuato, I marched across the Bajio region of central Mexico, a fertile plain considered the Cradle of Independence.
With a little free time in Guanajuato, I have dusted off my old Spanish, and signed up for two weeks of morning classes at La Hacienda Language School.
“Not all those who wander are lost” JRR Tolkien
The ancient peoples of central Mexico developed their own advanced societies in a parallel universe, disconnected from the rest of the civilized world.
The murals of Mexico illustrate its long history of unjust hardship and struggles for a better life.
This afternoon, we survived a tragic 7.1 magnitude earthquake in downtown Mexico City.
Mexico celebrates Independence Day with its national colors and a big scream of Viva Mexico!
Mexico City’s enduring architecture, artistic murals, and numerous monuments chronicle the story of Mexico and its ancient capital city.
This fall, we will continue our month-at-a-time travel adventures, on a three-month visit to Mexico.
Now that we have restructured our lives and significantly cut our expenses, we plan to resume our month-at-a-time travels.