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August 19, 2012

“It is the big deception that deluded humanity for many centuries , that made humanity turn the genocidal west into the unmatchable author and unquestionable origin of progress and development and the savior of man from the abysses of ignorance ; it seemed the whole world wanted to share the progress of the west and bought into it. 316 more words


Whatever happened to the Mayans..?

Hi there, me again.

In our little ramble through past blogs (on the platform with very little responses) to coincide with my Branding and Blogging course on WordPress, I came across this gem from last year. 655 more words


Mayan Hot Chocolate - No Syrup, Thanks!

A lot of places sell faux hot chocolate – you know, the type that is made mainly with artificial syrup and water or some strange powder full of fillers that claims to be cocoa? 222 more words


Crazy Copan

I scrambled onto the old rock wall and looked down. There, right in front of me, was the residential zone, where the Kings of Copan… 546 more words


Eating Tacos Hunched Over

I walked to the Promenade in Santa Monica this morning. While there, I bought two Patrick Modiano novels and had lunch at the Lotería Grill. Of late i have become partial to a couple of soft tacos for lunch, wrapped in corn tortillas. 221 more words


Book Review: Mayan Blue - Michelle Garza & Melissa Lason

‘Mayan Blue’ by the Sisters of Slaughter – Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason is exactly the sort of blood soaked reading experience I was expecting. Having read numerous short stories by the sisters over the last 18 months, I was expecting something dripping with gore and I wasn’t disappointed. 903 more words

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Taking on Mexico

Hello from Mexico! Sorry there’s no parting picture of me in the airport. I didn’t sleep the night before (no 2-3 of sleep DOES NOT COUNT AS SLEEP). 1,201 more words