25 Experiences You've Had While Visiting Family In Mexico
If your family is from a pueblo (small town), you're definitely Mex-perienced.
You learn that the restroom is probably outside.
And this may be the only way to flush.
So you feel like this at the thought of having to pee at night:
But you discover that there's one of these under your bed.
The food is super organic. Like, straight-from-the-back-yard-organic.
And this is how you might get your eggs.
But sometimes, it means walking in on your abuelita killing a chicken.
And If you're missing anything, the mercado is your one-stop-shop for whatever you need.
You become dinner for mosquitos. So you become very familiar with these:
But your legs still end up looking like this:
You think your Spanish is the shit.
But you open your mouth and realize:
The tortillas are better.
And drinks come in these:
You will forever be known as “La Hija de or El Hijo de [insert parent name]”
The kiosko (or centro, or plaza) is the place to hang out.
Especially during the annual fiestas, which turns the town into a month-long party:
So you listen to a little music:
Watch some fireworks.
Go to the jaripeo (rodeo).
Then it's back to the kiosko.
Sometimes, people find a little love.
Other times, it can end in heartbreak:
But it doesn't matter because you're having the time of your life.
When you finally go home, the only thing that's on your mind is...
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