The Space for Expatriates
Americans living or visiting around the area or anyone interested in information about Tlaxcala
Location: Apizaco, Tlaxcala
Latest Activity: Jul 15, 2012
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Bobby Cox! Welcome back. I had given you up for lost or something like that. Keep on studying. I'm working on articles and books. Keep in touch as best you can.
If anyones out there...I'm back ... after a long time away, I finally cut through the Gordian knot of red tape and became a Mexican citizen... I even voted in the Presidential election a couple of weeks ago.
At the present time my wife and I are taking a heavy duty course of 3 months, 8 hours a day every weekday to renew and update our Tourist Guide credentials. It's sponsored vny SECTUR (Secretary of Tourism).. so far we've had clsses on Conducting groups, Human Relations, Mexican Constitutional law as it applies to Touris Touristic Geography, Archeology, Art History, & Mexican History.. oming up ios Prehispanic Art, Contemporary Art, Tourist Culture in the State of Tlaxcala , Ethnography & Popular Arts (craftworks) and Gastronomy .
Then about August 15th I have to give a tour at a Tourist Site to SECTUR officials ( I chose a Pulque Hacienda) and write a thesis about Pulque.n't hold a candle to me when it comes to experience.
I'm the oldest old goat in class (71) but these young whippersnappers cant keep up with me when it comes to experience.
So Ive been a busy Bee lately. The good thing is I dont have to run through any more paper work or Payoffs at Imigration and I can do anything a normal citizen can.
So keep in touch everybody... see you down the road !!
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