Sailors aboard Mexican Navy Tall Ship Cuauhtémoc descend from the rigging as it docks at Pier 66 on Aug. 28, 2014. It will be here (Seattle) until September 1. The Cuauhtémoc is a teaching vessel from the Mexican Navy, where cadets are trained in international waters before graduating as officials. It was built in Spain in 1982 and has since sailed around the world for over 30 years. It’s open to visitors daily from 10:00 am to 11:00 pm. The ship will set sail for Vancouver, BC on September 1st.

Cadets aboard the Mexican Navy Tall Ship Cuauhtémoc wear Converse All Stars on wooden decked vessel.

My spirit animal.


My spirit animal.


hucci-peach said: I'm so happy to be coming across all these chingon ass Mexicano/a run blogs finally 💘💘 que viva mi gente

¡Ajuaaa, que viva!

Anonymous said: Are you one of those blogs that claims to blog about the interests of Latinos (or Mexicans in your case) yet is completely ignorant about the number of Latinos shot by police?

Ignorant is the anonymous individual who makes assumptions sobre el tipo de persona que soy. Asi que no voy a gastar mi tiempo explaining to you what I do or do not do for nuestra communidad Mexicana.

la-ericaaaesq said: Just found your blog y deja te digo, esta bien badass!🙌 Saludos desde TX✌️💋

right on mi chava, gracias por el apoyo!

justfortodayjackie said: I came across your blog and I fell in love immediately. Much love.

Orale, muchas gracias mi chava!

I just got offered at job at a homeless shelter for undocumented youth!!

Estoy rete excited de tener la oportunidad de poder ayudar a mi gente!

bettersavor said: This blog is great :)


TT TT Thank you. :)

cleneyya said: Badass blog !!! ;D

Muchas gracias mi chava!

Words to live by.

Words to live by.