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Christmas in Mexico

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Transcript of Christmas in Mexico

Christmas in Mexico!!! Feliz Navidad
(Merry Christmas) They hit these at thier Fiestas (Pinata) that are filled with candy, nuts, and fruit. On Christmas Eve and Christmas
Day they eat a varity of food such
as fresh salted cod, tomatoes, potatoes
dives, onions, red bell peppers, capers,
romeritos, hot chocolate, bread,
sweet friters, and oysters. Their Santa Claus
is just like ours. He is also called
Pancho Claus The traditional flower.
The flower of the
Blessed Night. Their Christmas starts
on December 16th and
every day they do a different
tradiotional activity. Then their
Christmas ends on Febuary 2nd. Their flag. Groups of villagers
called Santos Peregrins
sing with candles walking
in the streets. They are
poor so they look for houses
to stay in but nobody lets them
in their house. They decorate with
flowers, evergreens,
and colored paper
latterns. They also
have red and white
Poinsettias and candles.
They also put up a
Native Set. A boy named Palo
goes to the church
in his village to visit
the Navity Scene. Some words and phrases
are Feliz Navida, Un Belen,
El Muerdago, and Nochebuena. They exchange gifts on
Christmas Eve and
Christmas Day just like
us. Also during thier Fiesta
they sing. This is some of
the food they eat
at Christmas. Some of the food
they eat is salted
fresh cod, tomatoes,
potatoes, dives, onions,
red bell peppers, capers,
romeritos, hot chocolate,
bread, sweet friters, and
oysters. Mexico has some
of the best beaches
in the world. :D THE END OF MY PRESENTATION!!!
:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) The children get usual
gifts such as toys and candy.
Similar to what we get.
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