Mexico "Way"

My stupid blurbs about anything and everything.....in addition to the ups and downs of living in Cancun, Mexico.

Friday, August 24, 2007

Comments

Do you remember that post I made called "Palabra A Tu Madre"? Well just in case you guys wanted to take it a little bit farther, Mexpat had this to say and provided a link that may be of interest:

mexpat said...
I ran across this and thought of your little list here. Of course, yours is funny and this one is sort of just a reference, but I thought it was interesting nonetheless.

http://www.notam02.no/~hcholm/altlang/ht/Mexican_Spanish.html

ps- Glad you made it through Dean with no trouble.

11:13 AM, August 23, 2007


Another comment that I got which I also appreciate is below. It was connected to the post, "All Is Well Here & Dean Continues His Path".

Anonymous said...
Hey there, I'm also an expat (mexican) living far away from home in a strange country (France). I'm glad Cancun, Tulúm and the rest of the "turistic" places weren't badly hit (I read this morning that Chichen, Uxmal, etc. made it ok)... what can I say? As your friend said, the only news we get here is about Cancun and other vacation-leaflet "worthy" cities. I have family in Mérida, hope they're ok, haven't heard from them but maybe the internet is down. Great blog by the way... love reading about my fellowmen's excentricities seen through the eyes of an extremely eloquent person! :) Hang in there!

7:08 AM, August 22, 2007

I have to say I appreciate this comment in more ways than one. If I read correctly, you are a Mexican living in France (I don't know about your french but your English kicks ass by the way). That must be the coolest thing. Or maybe not because it could be extremely difficult. Two very strong cultures coming together as one. Would love to know if you have a blog and could share it with the rest of us??? As Joyce mentioned in her comment to you, don't worry about family in Merida, I'm sure they got a lot less than we did and I'm most certain that your theory about the internet being down is probably true. Either that or CFE disconnected the power just because they felt like it. Hey, it happens. Thank you for the comment on my blog. I hope you continue to read and I hope I get a giggle or two out of you. So tell me, is the cheese better in France or Mexico?



1 Comments:

  • At 10:32 AM, August 27, 2007, Blogger Francine said…

    As much as my mexican ego wants to deny it, yes, french cheese is better than mexican cheese, but hey! Nobody beats mexicans when it comes to tacos, right?? And it's not like I don't miss mexican food... I actually have to stuff my luggage with Valentina, Frijoles La Sierra and Salsa Casera cans everytime I come back from Mexico!

    I do have a blog but it's pretty boring at the moment.. Haven't quite figured out where I want to go with it, so lately it's full of pretty uneventful posts...

    Wish I could think of and write on the quirkiness of the French seen through the eyes of a mexican (your blog is a great example in this domaine) only I've been living here too long (5 years) and can't really pick up on the quirkiness anymore! :)

     

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