The second half of my trip to Mexico I spent in the southeastern most state of the country, Chiapas. Chiapas is inhabited by many indigenous people. Some of them don’t speak Spanish. They speak native languages. And the Chiapans, on … Continue reading
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I just returned from a two week trip to Mexico. It was great! I’ll be making some other posts about the highlights of the trip, but I wanted to put some pen to paper tonight. There wasn’t a day that I … Continue reading
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