San Juan Chamula Mexico The Marriage of Mayan & Christian Religions

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Rate our ReviewsSan Juan Chamula, is a small town of some 2,000 people is in the rebel heartland of the Chiapas region, of Mexico. The inhabitants are Tzotzil Maya peoples who are extra fierce in their pride of heritage. They had endured hundreds of years of maltreatment by the colonizing Spanish and corrupt government regimes. […]

San Lorenzo Zinacantan, Mexico – Becoming a Shaman?

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Rate our ReviewsSan Lorenzo Zinacantan is a sleepy town  in the Chiapas highlands of Mexico. The population of maybe 30,000 people is of Tzotzil Mayan roots are very proud of their first nation, founding fathers  traditions. Their status is quite unique. They have their own immigration and one pays a small fee, to enter the […]

Felipe Carillo Puerto, Mexico – How a school grew out of a search for understanding !

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Rate our ReviewsAnother knock on the door and Catherine knew that even though she had spent a long day teaching she couldn’t call it quits yet. She had started teaching English in the Mexican-Maya town of Felipe Carrillo Puerto,  21 years ago as a volunteer for an entirely different program. But they needed an English […]

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico Culture, Architecture, Reality?

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Rate our ReviewsSan Miguel is a city perched on a mountainside in the eastern part of Mexico, in the state of Guanajuato. In North America the hype tells of an abundance of culture, a great climate and a city center filled with buildings from the 17th & 18th century. The city center was designated a […]

Ajijic, Mexico…..A little of North America in Mexico, Amazing

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Rate our ReviewsEvery year Old Man Winter falls down on North Americans and people start to freeze …literally. Because of the deep freeze, it is more than fashionable, it is a necessity to find a place, to escape. We want warmth and wish to thaw the bones. We read travel articles looking for that place […]