Día de la Virgin de Guadalupe

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Enjoying the Dia de la Virgin de Guadalupe in Valle De Bravo before beginning our bike tour through the Mexico highlands.

From what I gather Dia de la Virgin de Guadalupe is the biggest day of the year in Mexico. I don’t know when the festivities began but they have been going on at the very least since I arrived in Valle de Bravo on Sunday. It can be a bit difficult to determine when one festival or event ends and when another begins. All I know is that the fireworks, parades, and street fair has been a constant since arriving and the fireworks are set off literally around the clock.

Churchgoers in Valle de Bravo

They had the Pirate Ship and Himalaya.

Endless Food Choices

They both look happy.

I’m probably too big to ride this thing.

Daddy’s Girl
They build this thing all day.

Then at night it does this!

Bike Touring Mexico

Tomorrow we ride.

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  • Vic Manning

    I heard a story about this on NPR today. Charlotte had its celebratory version at Bojangles Coliseum with 5,000 folks. I bet it was JUST as badass as Mexico City ;-)

  • MichaelViglianco

    Only because it has the name Bojangles attached to it!

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