Category Archives: Mexico

All 7 Billion of Us

By the end of this month, the U.N. Population Fund projects that the global population will have hit 7 billion. Continue reading

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The Secret to Mexican Cooking

While I have primarily used the blender only for fruit or milkshakes, Mexicans use it in almost every meal. The blender has replaced the mortar and pestle which was once a commonly used tool in their cooking. Continue reading

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My Biggest Wave

It went on and on, this huge wall of water that I, for some reason or another, had decided to paddle into and stand up on on a mere piece of foam. Continue reading

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The Tooth Fiasco

However, while longboarding one day in San Blas, Gibran hit his jaw with the board and his bottom teeth slammed against his top teeth in a way that felt like the “bad” tooth had broken. Continue reading

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Toe Worm In Mexico

There is a worm, living in the second-to-smallest toe on my right foot. I discovered it because it had been really itchy (even more itchy than the mosquito/jejene bites here in San Blas) for over 10 days. Despite thinking that … Continue reading

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