The Brilliant Blog Award

Thanks again blackcat345 for the nomination!



Nominate up to 5 other bloggers.

The nominees, if they choose to participate, should display the award  somewhere on their site.

I nominate:


The dragon’s loyalty award!


I got nominated to this award by a person you know, blackcat345!!! Thanks cat!

These are the rules for this award:

*Put the award logo on your post.
*Thank the person who nominated you and put a link to their blog.
*Nominate 15 other bloggers.
*Post 7 facts about you.

I nominate:


7 facts about me:
*I’m a truly fan of StarWars
*I want to work on Disney
*I love drawing
*I’m living
*I have a blog
*I wrote this post
*The last 3 I wrote were obvious

Mariachi VM#10

First of all, its Viernes Mexicano #10!!!! Wohoo!!! Lets all have cake! Now, lets continue with the issue.


El Mariachi! What’s Mariachi? Mariachi is a form of folk music here, in Mexico.  The word “mariachi” was thought to have derived from the French word mariage (“marriage”). dating from the French intervention in Mexico in the 1860s, related to the music’s appearance at weddings. The common perception of the music and look of mariachi developed in the 20th century, as the music was transformed from a regional rural folk music to an urban phenomenon that came to represent Mexico. Mariachi music and musician became more professional with more formal training starting in the late 1940s and early 1950s, principally due to the success of a major Mariachi by the name of Mariachi Vargas. Their appearance in many films, backing many singing stars and their hiring of a formal musician prompted other mariachis to do the same. The group also expanded adding trumpets, violins and even a classical guitar to become a kind of orchestra, keeping the traditional son/mariachi base while integrating new musical ideas and styles. The musical style began to take on national prominence in the first half of the 20th century, with its promotion at presidential inaugurations and on the radio in the 1920s. Currently, is very common to see a mariachi in a “quinceañera” party. Or at birthdays, or in a first communion. Also, when a boy wants to inspire love to a girl, in the night, he brings a mariachi group and sings to her.

Well guys, that’s all for today. Viernes Mexicano has reached 10 posts! Yay! And, for the next issue, here you have an spoiler “el santo, el cavernario, el perro y el bulldog”.

Liebster Award!


I have been nominated to this award by Amaya911. Thanks Amaya! Means a lot! The rules of the Liebster Award are: answer 11 questions asked to the blogger that nominated you, add 11 facts about you, nominate 3-11 bloggers and ask them 11 questions. Lets start:


1. If you could travel anywhere tomorrow, where would it be?
Maybe Canada, or England.

2. Who’s been a positive role model in your life?
My parents. They taught me to be positive, learn from my failures and grow with them.

3. What do you like about your hometown?
Its food. And its “pueblos mágicos”.

4. What is the best meal you can prepare?
To be honest I suck at cooking. All I can do is a taco, or a sandwich. But the best I can do are sliced apples.

5. What’s your favorite chore to do at home?
None 😂😂. But I usually wash the plates because its easy.

6. What’s your favorite book?
Sherlock Holmes.

7. What’s the very first thing you would do if you won the lottery?
I must pay duties, but after that I would buy an ice cream 😛 .

8. What’s your favorite fruit or vegetable?

9. How many times have you fallen in love?
Ok, that question made me feel awkward but, three times.

10. What was your favorite game or toy as a child?
My favorite toys were a figure of Bob from The Incredibles, Woody, and Elmo.

11. What’s your favorite beverage?


1. I like blue things.
2. All the comics I have started, end in the trash can.
3. I like writting stories.
4. When I write them, I ask my brother to read them. He is my favorite reader.
5. I’m a teenager and keep crying at the scene of The Lion King when Mufasa dies.
6. When I grow up, I want to be a film maker.
7. My followers are my motivation when I learn english.
8. I am proud of my country.
9. I love saying puns.
10. Instead of writting puke, I write puck 😛 .
11. I have the appearence of my grandpa when he was young.



1. What is your inspiration at writting posts?
2. Apple with chocolate or chocolate with apple?
3. What is so fragile that just talking about it you break it?
4. Did you answered the riddle with Google?
5. Favorite time of the year?
6. If you could change the past, what would you modify?
7. President or King/Queen?
8. Favorite meal?
9. What’s on your bucket list?
10. Is this easy to answer?
11. Maths or History?

OY30 out. Peace!

Puebla´s gastronomy VM#9

One of the things where Mexico stands out is its Gastronomy, and if we talk about gastronomy, we need to know Puebla´s one. Puebla is special for its delicious dishes. In Puebla we can find the famous chiles en nogada, the mole poblano, tortas de santa clara, cemitas, chalupas, molotes, comida corrida (the food that poblanos eat daily), camotes, dulce de pepita, jamoncillos, gaznates, crystallized fruits, etc. We have already seen the origin of the chiles en nogada here. Puebla´s gastronomy is recognized worldwide because of its variety and history. The geographical situation of Puebla helped it to define the characteristics of its gastronomy. Also, Mexico has Puebla´s dishes as its characteristic dishes, what turns Puebla´s gastronomy into Mexico´s heritage. Bon Appetite!