theangryweather From yesterday's plane ride home. Caught between the melancholy of leaving friends and family and the happiness of being back home. 14h

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theangryweather Hello, goodbye Dallas. 1d

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theangryweather Frida leggings everywhere! @caracarmina @violettaf @angiefariasa 2d

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theangryweather Rocks, mountains, cacti, clouds. 5d

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theangryweather México. 5d

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theangryweather A walk in the desert. 5d

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theangryweather My friend's @yoenpaperland office is super cute <3 7d
  •   yoenpaperland y el wallpaper de la compu yo lo hice pero no se ve :( 6d

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theangryweather Up in the mountains in Monterrey, Mexico. 1w

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theangryweather Thread to make Sarapes. 1w

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theangryweather Sarape in the making by my mother-in-law. 1w

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theangryweather Back in northern Mexico. My in-laws have like 10 tortoises living in their back yard <3 1w

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theangryweather I'm going to miss lots of people and things from Mexico city, but one that weights the most is the food! So much goodness all around. 1w

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theangryweather Yellow door. 1w

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theangryweather Crocked house. Last day in Mexico city. 1w

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theangryweather Hand painted bookcase number. 2w

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theangryweather Another detail of the library. In the corner is one of the stairs and part of the baroque entry doors. Most of the library dates from the 17th century with the exception of some furniture, a few books that were added with the pass of time and the floors, which were changed in the 19th century. Currently the library can be visited but to study the books, you have to take a special permit which is not easily given for what our guide told us. Understandable as the books are ancient. Most of the titles we saw were in latin. 2w

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theangryweather The Palafoxiana library, dating from the 17th century. 2w

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theangryweather Sorry for the feed takeover, Puebla is just so beautiful :) 2w

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theangryweather Eye. 2w

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