Re: Southern Americas in the Playground (from Mexico all the way down!)
Originally Posted by Dusk Eclipse
Well my old highschool does makes a great deal of it, every group must make an "ofrenda" to someone, even of he/she wasn't mexican. It was pretty awesome on 2010 I managed to convince my group to do one for Gary Gixax .
And there is the UNAM megaofrenda... so while not big in the attract buge amounts of tourists it is still kind of big.
And really Haruki? Still up to last year I had the day off for Día de Muertos... Haven't checked out my new school calendar year; but I assuming I ll have them.
Some schools still do it, especially the religious ones. Non-religious schools usually don't give them... but I might be wrong. I haven't had it for a really long time, though.
Of course, I moved to the US last year, so I'll likely never have that day off from school again. I traded it in for Thanksgiving.
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