Never realized how beautiful 500 pesos could be.
Chalchihuitán always has a secret tucked in its back pocket. When I think of Chalchi, it is covered in mist, revealing your next step only when you make it.
Last night, as the Caravana del Sur made its way across Tabasco, I caught a glimpse of this shimmering symbol of hope in San Cristóbal de las Casas and considered it a sign. Now I know what it means to go “chasing rainbows,” because I hoofed it halfway across town to try to snap a hot/find the gold at the other end. No dice. (And no gold, either.) Nevertheless, [...]
San Cristóbal de las Casas is a chameleon city. In the weeks before el Día de la Independiencia, the city begins to change colors. Then, suddenly, the normally wide open spaces of the zócalo are overtaken by swarms of people. Here’s a photo of my favorite chameleon city on fire, just a few minutes after [...]
With 15 days left ’til the equinox, I can honestly say that “Mientras Quepa En La Maleta,” the art exhibition that ended its cross-country tour at the Museo del Ámbar in San Cristóbal [...]
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