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Mexico Travel Stories

It’s a little unusual traveling to a country that feels like home and having to register as a foreign national. That’s the first thought that crossed my mind when I was told I would need to fill out the proper paperwork to be allowed into Mexico for a few days. This would be my first time visiting Mexico City. There would be many other instances on this trip in which the fact that I was not born and raised in this country would become painfully obvious. The word “painfully” is used here on purpose because when people ask where I am from I like to say “I am Mexican.”

Missing Mexico by Sybil Sanchez

Memories of Mexico: The Memories I One Day Hope to Pass On to My Kids

[imagebrowser id=2] When I was in middle school my parents would send me and my siblings to Mexico for the summer.  My two younger brothers, sister and I would spend our summer vacations with our maternal grandfather in Rioverde, San Luis Potosí.  My grandma frequently traveled between Rioverde and Houston, […]

¡Mexico Lindo y Querido!

It doesn’t take much to send me flying down memory lane about the good old times we used to have in Mexico.  Life there has always seemed so much simpler than life here, at least for us who have always gone down there to visit only, never to live permanently. […]