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Mexico

The coconut

Log Book - Mexico

Hello children! (this website is following by 4 classes in France)

This is our first lesson to teach you how to open a coconut! (don’t try this at home!)

The coconut is a fruit coming from the coconut palm, a tree of the palm family. This fruit has multiple protections. So we can tell you that this is a legend to eat coconut when you are lost on a desert island with nothing. Why do we tell you such a thing? Because here in Mexico it took us 30 minutes to open it and we needed a knife and a machete!

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The coconut from the palm...

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Let's  do it!

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Almost done...

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This is what happens when you don't pay attention!

Arrival in Mexico

Log Book - Mexico

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We just had our first evening abroad, in Coacalco in the North of Mexico City. After 11 hours in the plane, Mexikatzin was waiting for us at the airport, it was our first contact with the Mexicans.

We drove through very poor areas in Mexico where you can find cars robbed and car parts for sale. “They do that because they have no choice, it’s vital for them” explained Mexikatzin to us.

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When we arrived at Mexikatzin’s house we were welcomed by his parents who were very generous with us. We ate a Mexican recipe: chicken and white corn soup, with tortillas, black coffee and tequila as a dessert! (They bought the Tequilla bottle especially for us, to make us know their local product). We have been touched by their warm welcoming and their generosity.

Tomorrow we will be on the road from 5pm to travel by nigh and climb the Huicholes Mountains. We are looking forward to meeting this community and knowing more about his history and his culture.


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