Two neighborhoods on high

THE FIRST VIDEO shows pre-Hispanic, indigenous ruins that remain near where I now live. It’s about a 20-minute drive away.

The second is the nearby state capital. The park where the video takes off is about a five-minute walk from where I lived my first eight months in Mexico, from January to September of 2000.

I often sat alone on a bench in that small park with an ice cream cone and wondered what the devil I had done to myself.

But it all ended well.

15 thoughts on “Two neighborhoods on high

          1. Felipe: If you have a leg, I will pull it.

            I have been to both places, and wonder why there wasn’t a well developed society north of the New Mexico/Arizona area. The (excuse my political correctness) indigenous people in the areas north of there were mostly nomadic.

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  1. We were there early this year with family and really enjoyed the ruins, Morelia and Pátzcuaro very much! I think my husband was the only Americano there!

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