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Review: The Smoke Hunter by Jacquelyn Benson

*I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.*

Title: The Smoke Hunter

Author: Jacquelyn Benson

Publisher: Grand Central Publishing

Publication Date: September 13, 2016… 351 more words

Palenque in Pictures.

(Mexico) – Only 2% of Palenque can be seen, the rest is under the jungle and the hills. For the little we were able to see, the Mayan City in the state of Chiapas is magnificent. 115 more words


Chocolate and chili - XOCOLATL

From Mayan and Aztec gastronomy, we have a hot spicy -marvelous- chocolate. Godiva, tells that delicious history and gives us their amaizing recipe.

Personaly, I love this combination, because the chili brings the chocolate flavour to the next level. 36 more words

From My Hands

¡Vamos a Mexico!

I’ve been extremely lazy with writing this post. I’ve put it off because honestly, I didn’t feel like I had the correct words that would ensure I truly do this post justice. 1,390 more words

Continuing to read Michael Crichton's Travels

I have a difficult time finishing books. I always read, and I always read books, but after a few chapters I get bored and I find another book, or I put the book for a few weeks, start another book, then come back to the first book. 516 more words

Fotos sin Permiso.

Usually, I prefer to ask consent when taking pictures of people. But one afternoon in San Cristobal de las Casas when I wasn’t even planning to take pictures, they just came in front of me. 199 more words



(Pictured above is a Mayan Calendar)

The Mayan people are ancient people that lived in North/Central America. They were originally from Asia and crossed the Bering Sea in winter while it was frozen over. 521 more words