Laura Bly. Traveler. Storyteller. Photographer.

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Celebrating Day of the Crazies in San Miguel

Celebrating Day of the Crazies in San Miguel

In a party town that hosts a communal fiesta almost every week, El Día de los Locos - the Day of the Crazies - may be the wildest of them all.

Held every June on the Sunday closest to June 13, the feast day of San Antonio de Padua, the parade last several hours and draws tens of thousands of sweltering, candy-tossing revelers - from clowns and cross-dressers to pirates and politicians. This year’s crowd-pleaser: a pants-down President Trump, flanked by a sign reading “Mexico no paga el muro” (Mexico does not pay for the Wall).

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Making waves in Cuba

Making waves in Cuba