I have witnessed this first hand on my recent trip down to Guaymas Sonora. I asked my Tia why she didn’t have water in her house, she responded “Los Yaquis la taparon”(the yaqui’s have turned off the water) I didn’t get it until she later explained the problem to me. I hope that with this doc people can understand what’s going on and hope change happens soon before we don’t have any more water left.
One of the new T-Shirts in our collection is the Dimex Logo on a black T-shirt, printed with gun metal grey plastisol ink on the front and in the back with the signature hem tag on the sleeve. Get yours today and represent. Vamonos pa’ Guaymas Sonora, I need to roll for a couple of days have some bomb food, beer and take a swim in the bombest beaches.
Pedro Torres really got down with this mini video commercial about “Los Seris’s” Traditions, I feel the warmth of Sonora when I see this and the beaches well just look at the beauty of when desert meets ocean. The Seris like many other tribes have their own rituals and beliefs and it’s a privilege to see to see it with this quality of production. Thank you Pedro, these series are inspiring. Enjoy.
Every now and then se me antoja un Hot Dog or (Dogo) como le dicen en Sonora pero de mi tierra. I always said that if some one in the states would open a hot dog stand with the same flavor as the ones in Sonora, their business would blow up. Well that’s exactly what El Guero Canelo did in Arizona. Honestly these Hot dogs look exactly like the ones street vendors sell in Sonora. Check out this mini interview Univision did on El Guero after the jump.
Taking a trip down to my home town is a huge blessing, many Latinos don’t have the luxury to take that annual trip to their beloved home town specially if it’s many hours/days away on either a bus or car and mainly since they don’t have “Papeles”. On my last trip I went to La Manga a small town made up of fisherman that have payed rent to build their homes right in front of the beach. Sitting in my chair looking out at the sea and the surrounding hills that protect the ports from insane hurricanes and weathers just make it that much better. The families relaxing after a hard morning of fishing, the dogs walking around without a care, the abandoned structures that one day will house future retired Mexicans right in front of one of the most beautiful playas in Mexico.