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Inspiration from Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Colombian novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez died on April 17 at 87.  Author of One Hundred Years of Solitude.  Marquez adopted Mexico and lived in Mexico city. 723 more words

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Mexico City & Oaxaca: Trip Report

Sex. Beans. Violence. Diarrhea. Earthquakes.

Are all easy to come by in Mexico—the excitement in the cities contrasts the still mountains around them. Mexico City is almost 8,000 feet high in elevation and landlocked in “The Valley of the Damned”. 2,162 more words

Experiences

From Cancun to Mexico City

When I woke up the next day, I was still in complete shock from my #NoRegrets Day adventure in the open waters.

Did I really just face my fear and concur it? 1,087 more words

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THIS CITY - MEX. CITY: A TO Z

When I abbreviate this city, it is to speak as one with millions of defeñosEL DF.

What I breathe in this city, I do not really know. 747 more words

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Carjacked on a deserted Mexican highway

There were five burglars on horses. They forced the driver, who was unlicensed and unregulated, to park behind a large boulder. We were told that we would be robbed, and possibly held for ransom.

MIMUN

MIMUN stands for Mexico City International Model United Nations. It´s the first MIMUN and is organized by the Chicago University, where this kind of models have been done several times… 423 more words

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