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Warm pinkish terracotta coloured sandstone churches with tiled domes for roofs, interspersed between a wealth of Mediterranean style brightly coloured houses. Mustard yellows, pale mint greens, royal blues, bright turquoises and fiery oranges. 97 more words

Days Out

Grabbing some Gorditas

Gordita. noun      A fat corn tortilla sliced open in a similar fashion to pitta bread, and filled with tasty Mexican delicacies

While on our trip towards El Chepe, we stopped off in Zacatecas for a few days of culture and good food. 181 more words

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Miguel Auza, Zacatecas

Miguel Auza is a municipality in the state of Zacatecas and is located about an hour from the capital city, which bears the same name as the state. 352 more words


Zacatecas: habitantes de la tierra donde abunda el zacate.

#Tiraelrol en #Zacatecas, un Estado que es conocido por su himno “La marcha de Zacatecas” que eriza la piel desde que suenan las primeras notas y es considerado como el segundo himno mexicano. 112 more words


Jerez -- Zacatecas' Ornate Little Sister

Dateline: Jerez, Zacatecas

After I got back from Jerez, I immediately texted Enrique. “Why didn’t you tell me Jerez was so beautiful?!?” Enrique is from Jerez, and hardly mentioned the place, except to say that he lived there until about a year ago. 392 more words

Travel Within Mexico

By a nose... or, You are so beautiful to me...

El Gringo Suelto is a few light-years above the usual “what I’m doing on my trip to Mexico” sites.   In good part this is because Kim G is not only a good writer and observer, but because the El Gringo Suelto is as much about being a gringo in Mexico as it is about trying to overcome his “suelto” status. 1,588 more words