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  • rednp130
    Posted at 15:44h, 10 August

    Hi Kristina another set of wonderful photos from Mexico.I have seen that ritual too on TV about Mexico i will try and find out what it is.Many one of the other members may know,Tony may know i can ask him.I am tall but David is even taller than me he was taller than all the people in that group photo.I hope that model didn’t bother you and David by using your bathroom since she had her own.I when also be nervous if i had a bathroom anyone could look in while you are sitting on the toilet.Needless to say you make visits to the bathroom as short as you can not knowing who could walk by..Thanks for another wonderful diary update looking forward to many more thank you for sharing.Your friend Mike greets to Nelly and David.( cheers from Alex)

  • rednp130
    Posted at 01:39h, 11 August

    Glad Tony was able to answer your question yesterday.I had a good idea he would know the answer.Your friend Mike..

  • RaceAce
    Posted at 22:43h, 14 August

    I can help here! Its called ‘Danza de los Voladores’ or Dance of the Flyers. It is a Mesoamerican tradition. It is beleived to have originated with the Nahau, Huastec and Otomi people of central Mexico, then spread throughout the rest of Mesoamerica. According to myth, the dance was said to be a ritual to ask the gods to end a severe drought. The dancers are dressed to imitate birds such as Parrots, Macaws, Quetzels and Eagles. These birds were said to represent the gods of air,water, fire and earth. Other connections are with both the Aztec and Mayan people 🙂

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