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Published: December 25th 2017
First day was juniors
Some were a little reluctant to appear in public
Geo: 20.125, -87.45
Since we arrived in Mexico we have seen 4 processions celebrating the Bicentenary of the start of the fight for independence and also, I think, acknowledging and celebrating developments in Mexican institutions such as schools, police, fire services etc. They take place early in the morning and everyone in Tulum seemed to stop work and watch. There is much whistling by the teachers and leaders to co-ordinate the groups (eg whistle - pom poms up, another whistle – pom poms down) but also anarchy on the part of participants so it is all chaotic and fun. No-one is very formal although a lot of effort has been put into the preparation of clothes, props and choreography. Hope you enjoy the photographs.
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Que bonitas fotos! parece que la gente es feliz. Todo lo que se hace festivales, desfiles... todo tiene colores vivos y la gente lo disfruta. Que bonito!
Que bonitas fotos!! parece que toda la gente se divierte.