The Two Popes/ Los Dos Papas

Yesterday I saw The Two Popes on Netflix and I loved it. Jonathan Price is outstanding as Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio (later Pope Francis). And Anthony Hopkins makes an impressive amazing job as Pope Benedict XVI. (Sometimes I was believing I was seeing the real Ratzinger in person). I see why Hopkins is nominated to the Oscars 2020. Both actors bring to life many different perspectives to these two interesting person. The movie points softly but obviously the current problems of the Catholic Church.
Bonus Points: In the movie, there is Tango Dance and Music, Close ups to the Sixtine Chapel and even a World Cup soccer game. You must see it!
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Instagram’s #Top9, a review of 2019

Like all years, it’s a tradition to introduce Instagram’s Top 9 pictures and videos of 2019. I lived a lot of important moments that are not reflected here, but these are the moments viewers liked the most.
Como todos los años es una tradición presentar las 9 fotos y videos más gustadas del 2019 en Instagram. Muchos de los momentos más importantes de mi año no están reflejados aquí, pero estos son los momentos que los que andaban viendo les gustaron más.

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Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends over the world/Feliz Día de Gracias a mis amigos de todo el mundo

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving day is a celebration that doesn’t form part of my national heritage. But as a citizen of the world, I have adopted several celebrations from other countries and I have customized them to my own standards.
So, besides the act of sharing, I use thanksgiving as an excuse to say thanks to all the people that have been influential in the year. So here I go…
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6 meses

In The Jungle 🎶
(6 meses+ de amor, diversión, apoyo, caídas & levantadas, diminutivos, superlativos, viajes y mucho baile)

Actores: Carmen Contreras & Israel Andalon.
Dirección: Guillermo del Toro
Música: John Williams, Oswaldo Pugliese & Alexander Abreu.
Diseño de Vestuario: Hermenegildo Zegna
Diseño de Luces: Lucila Mariscal
Escenografía: Santiago Calatrava
Guión Original: Roberto Gómez Bolaños.
Producción: Steven Spielberg.

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Cuban Salsa Dancing at La Troza Beach

Some days ago, I went with my North American friends Rachael and Roya on one of Alalibre‘s hike to Las Animas. On the way, we did this small promotional video for the Cuban Salsa classes and the hike to Las Animas. I hope you enjoy it.

Hace algunos días, fuí con mis amigas gringas Rachael and Roya en una de las excursiones de Alalibre‘ a Las Animas. En nuestro camino, hicimos este pequeño video promocional para las clases de Salsa Casino y de excursiones a Las Animas. Espero les guste.

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Dora la Exploradora

We just saw Dora and the Lost City of Gold. I thought I was going to be bored and the characters will be to cheesy, but it was surprisingly fun. (They even made fun of Dora’s cheesy personality).
Besides, I loved to see many Latinos on the film such as Eugenio Derbez (The Linguistic), Michael Peña (Father Dora), Eva Longoria (Mother Dora), Isela Vega (Old lady), Danny Trejo (Monkey Dora) and Benicio Del Toro (Narrator)
Vimos Dora y la Ciudad Perdida. Pensé que sería una película aburrida y ñoña y fué sorpresivamente divertida. (De hecho hasta hacen chiste de la ñoñez de Dora.).
Además, me encantó ver a tantos latinos en la película como a Eugenio Derbez (El Lingüista), Michael Peña (Papá Dora), Eva Longoria (Mamá Dora), Isela Vega (Anciana), Danny Trejo (Chango Dora) y Benicio Del Toro (Narrador)

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