Oh San Miguel, how captivating you were with your colonial architecture dripping with terracotta paint tinted with yellow hues. Your winding streets capture all the beginnings and the never-ending loose strings of the many Mexican revolutions. We luckily caught you right before El Dia de Los Muertos, just in time to experience the brewing festivities. AndContinue reading “San Miguel de Allende”
One of the most surprising facts of my trip was the meaning behind this design: a uterus. In the Mayan civilization, women also ruled and fertility was of utmost importance.
Mexico is the intense fervent lover that leaves you gasping for more sultry flavors and exquisite pleasures. The lover whose every word you hang onto so desperately, hungrily searching for a hint of affection or an ephemeral wisp of attention. Mexico, you are the passionate lover whose slightest brevity of touch can send anyone intoContinue reading “Mexico pt. 1”
Harriet Beecher Stowe “At last I have come into a dreamland.” ∴ ∴ ∴ James Thurber “The whole of Paris is a vast university of art, literature, and music… it is worth anyone’s while to dally here for years. Paris is a seminar, a post-graduate course in Everything”