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Mexico Series: Part 1 next article A little while ago, I told you I would post excerpts of a talk I gave on Mexico City. Well, here’s numero uno for you armchair travelers. As you all know, I am not an historian, an archeologist or anthropologist. I’m just a traveler who has had lifelong …

#Mexico. Toltec warriors columns in the ancient city of Tula in Hidalgo, Mexico || https://www.pinterest.com/pin/461056080580779231/

Beautiful Matamoros http://www.travelandtransitions.com/our-travel-blog/mexico-2010 https://www.pinterest.com/mexicoimkitchen/mercados-en-mexico-markets-in-mexico/ ||

Palace of Quetzalpapalotl - Teotihuacán, #Mexico https://www.pinterest.com/carmenbanck/m%C3%A9xico/

Oaxaca, Days of the Dead, Mexico & & Post-mortem photographs were a fashion that caught on worldwide - this photo was taken in Mexico. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/558516791259149878/

Old & new co-exist on Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico DF https://www.pinterest.com/lulaya/mexico-y-su-historia/

Tacos in the streets of Mexico City, but also a scene reminiscent of one in DIABLO NIGHTS, the 3rd Detective Emilia Cruz mystery set in Acapulco.