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Sunday, 10 December 2017

2017 SLJ Practice - mexioc





the reason i what to go to Mexico because, Mexico is one of the year’s hottest destinations, what with its secret island escapes, Caribbean coastline and cosmopolitan capital city, as well as its thriving restaurant scene and quirky colonial towns that are ideal for day trips. However, if you’re still undecided on why exactly you should stop by this often-misrepresented North American country, here are ten reasons that might convince you exactly why you should visit Mexico.Mexico is a country of delicious food, that much is clear, but it’s not all tacos and tortas. In fact, the culinary scene from north to south varies wildly, although each dish remains just as delicious as the last. Whether you want carne asada or cabrito in the north, seafood on the Pacific coast in Sinaloa, hangover busting tortas ahogadas in western Jalisco or Mayan delicacies in the Yucatán Peninsula, one thing’s for sure – you’ll never be short of options.





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The official name of for Mexico is the United Mexican States.
Mexico is the 11th most populated country in the world with around 117 million people (as of July 2012).
Mexico is the 14th largest country by land area.
There are 31 states in Mexico as well as the capital city (Mexico City).










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  2. Aloha Jay,
    my name is Cia. I am a Summer Learning Journey blogger who will be working with you over the summer break.

    Mexico sounds fun, it seems like there’s a lot of things to see and do. I love that you have written 10 reasons to try and persuade the reader to visit Mexico. You’ve definitely persuaded me, I’d love to try carne asada on the caribbean coastline someday! Next time you could try including pictures to accompany your suggestions, readers would appreciate it.

    If I were to visit Mexico I would visit Otomi Ceremonial Center in the city Temoaya. It appears to be quite a fascinating and striking sight, I bet it must look even better in person. If you travelled to Mexico, what place would you visit and why? Let me know where in Mexico it is.

    Well done for making a great start to the Summer Learning Journey, I’m looking forward to reading more of your posts this summer.

    Toe feiloa’i fo’i ('See you again' in Samoan),

    Cia.

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