What did we learn today? ...
- A day exploring Córdoba is NOT enough
- La Mezquita is immense and its story complex - perhaps too complex for our Spanish!!
- Córdoba patios are the perfect haven for 39 degree days...
🏆Hablamos Español - This morning we had our first event in Spanish!!! I’m grateful to partner with Realtor & Credit Repair Agent Claudia Cooper who is fluent is Spanish and passionate about empowering families with great CREDIT and Home 🏡 ownership!!!
I don’t usually toot my horn about local spots unless they are above par establishments who cater to my #plantbased#glutenfree lifestyle of stellar #health and #compassion to boot, but @fogwoodandfig are ALL we could ask for in a good meal out. Located in #portjervis#ny - this quaint little #café is the place to be. Completely #vegan with #glutenfree options, you can’t imagine how good this real food is. You can feel the #love wafting from the kitchen and the waiter is fun and friendly. The music is #spanish and reminds me of #southwestern#memories of the past of calm and warm afternoons in my home state of #Texas . It’s close. Easy drive from #sussexcounty ##NJ and also #Warwick#NY Y’all get your butts over there stat! (See those small delicate looking balls to the left in the fridge? Those are kefir lime tasting sweets that are to die for. Don’t forget dessert!)
#piñata#GAM#MexicoCity#CdMx#market#mercado#CiudadDeMéxico#ineatour2018#educación#education 📚🇲🇽 A piñata (/pɪnˈjɑːtə/, Spanish pronunciation: [piˈɲata]) is a container often made of papier-mâché, pottery, or cloth; it is decorated, and filled with small toys or candy, or both, and then broken as part of a ceremony or #celebration . Piñatas are commonly associated with Mexico. The idea of breaking a container filled with #treats came to Europe in the 14th century, where the name, from the #Italian pignatta, was introduced. The #Spanish brought the #European tradition to Mexico, although there were similar traditions in Mesoamerica, such as the #Aztecs ' honoring the birthday of the god Huitzilopochtli in mid December. According to local records, the Mexican piñata tradition began in the town of #Acolman , just north of Mexico City, where piñatas were introduced for catechism purposes as well as to co-opt the #Huitzilopochtli ceremony. Today, the piñata is still part of Mexican #culture , the cultures of other countries in #LatinAmerica , as well as the #UnitedStates , but it has mostly lost its religious character.
Parados de manos 🌞
The tide comes in so fast and strong here! You can really feel it’s life force. It swallowed my bag while taking this photo so I grabbed my stuff and ran for the high tide mark... leaving my ray bays 🕶 in the surf... 10 minutes later I realized and walked back out into the now shin deep water of a totally different landscape... AND I FOUND THEM! 🤗 Buenas suerte!!! A story by Chelsea to uplift your spirit 💩. Good luck today! 💗