The Teotihuacans, Their Pyramids, My Saturday

In US classrooms, everything pre Columbus from this part of the world is summed up with a few sentences: Aztecs, Maya, Inca, advanced calendars, human sacrifice, then smallpox and you know the rest. Well, there was obviously a lot more to and last weekend I went on a day long trip through some of that history. There were also a lot of rather unnecessary stops … Continue reading The Teotihuacans, Their Pyramids, My Saturday

Week Two: When things start to get busy

Apologies for the lack of posts this week but I was pretty busy (yay!). Tuesday was a fairly ordinary day at work and then a weird aerobics classed called Body Attack that was not that revolutionary. I still need to try the tumbling one. It was, like most latin american 1 hour commitments, roughly 42 minutes. That night, we had a house dinner which was … Continue reading Week Two: When things start to get busy

A not long (but fun) weekend in Mexico City

Last thursday, I headed home after work and I was tired. I bailed out of going to the gym (boo for blog accountability but I went yesterday) and was sitting in my room feeling very exhausted. I was listening to a podcast when I heard a knock at my door. One of my roommates asked, “Would you like some wine?” Obviously, this piqued my interest … Continue reading A not long (but fun) weekend in Mexico City