This site is best viewed at a resolution of 800x600 and in Spanish. Don’t speak Spanish? Well, what follows is my attempt at an explanation. Basically, the idea is this: in many parts of the Spanish speaking world the language used contains local expressions and slang. Something that is normal in the outlying areas of Cartagena, Colombia might be completely unintelligible to someone from the Polanco area of Mexico City.

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Sofia - Chot Nak
This is Sofia, in M?rida's Mayan Xic store, with her bright green Chot Nak tshirt!  

The Tabasco Store sports a new Sign!
This photo shows the new sign recently installed in the Tabasco store Asi Es Tabajco. In case you didn't know, the Tabasque?os, or Chocos as they call themselves, drop the letter 's' very much like the Cubans do. In spelling their expressions, they insert the letter J to imitate the sound. We are now up to more than a dozen designs at this location! On the corner of Lerdo and Aldama in Villahermosa's downtown.  

Return of the Zorro




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