Mexico

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As I have found in most all of the Mercado Publicos, the merchants are mostly very friendly to potential customers and Gringos.
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The long reach of Corporate America's junk food reach is contributing to the obesity of the children here too.
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Since the highway ran through the cener of this town (not uncommon, even for the supposed superhighways in Mexico) so we did a bit of tourning and leg stretching.
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This beautiful colonial hotel is right off the municipal plaza. It is majestic.
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The Municipal building was adorned with many beautiful murals on the walls and ceilings.
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Unfortnately this large billboard is vacing into the Zocolo.
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A small shopping mall.
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This was the first indication we got that there was a good amoung of road construction and street reconstruction going in in Mexico.
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A touching moment of faith.
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Did you know that only the alcoholic beverage made here from the Agape plant can carry the name Tequila? If it made anywhere else, with a slightly different process using the same plant, it is called Mescal.
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