Monthly Archives: March 2011

101 Things About Mexico City

I did not write this (Dennis, a missionary operating in Mexico did, and here is the original post), but it’s too good not to share. We have found pretty much everything he writes to be true. Enjoy! We were taught … Continue reading

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Is my Spanish that bad?

A few weekends ago, we went up to the Bazar Sabado in San Angel, a lively outdoor art market in a beautiful colonial section in the south of DF (read about the Bazar in Julie’s wonderful post here).   After a … Continue reading

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Multi-tasking in DF

The Mexico City metro system is wonderful. It’s amazingly clean (the platforms are marble, and they glisten). It goes everywhere (it has 163 stations along 280 miles of track). It’s quiet (the trains are on rubber wheels, and you can … Continue reading

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The “Pass”

Here in Mexico City, we often get around on “peseros”, which are usually little green and white buses that carry 20 people or so (for not so popular routes, they sometimes use VW vans). They are called peseros because, once … Continue reading

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