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Pihuamo A living paradise According to my parents there was an old native called Pi who lived in this area a long time ago He was the chief or leader of these people and they would praise him by saying Pihuamo Ultimately the natives were trying to say Pi Amo which mean Pi I love you This phrase was very common in this village so the residents adopted this name There is no exact date when this happened but all the people in Pihuamo know this story Pihuamo is a small town located 200 kilometers away from Guadalajara Mexico It has around 8000 inhabitants and it is not a tourist attraction Pihuamos is composed mainly of Mestizos which are a mixture of Spanish and Natives but by observation one can tell that there are also unmixed natives and Spaniards Pihuamo is best known for its crazy life among its neighbors similar to an old western cowboy town with Spanish and Indian traditions The metropolitans nearby think that the citizens of Pihuamo or Pihuamenses carry guns and ride horses but this is not true Although there are many cowboy traditions this is not one of them One of the traditions of this town is milking cows In Pihuamo most of the milk comes directly from the cows and there are no other preservatives involved in the process Only the milker and the cow Fortunately or unfortunately this is not the 2 interesting part of the milking There is something called Leche caliente which means hot milk in English that is very popular in this municipality Every Sunday some people every day gather at farms to drink Leche caliente The unordinary part of the Leche Caliente is that it is not only milk it includes alcohol too The ranchers start selling leche at eight in the morning People arrive at the Leche caliente place get a cup put Chocolate which is a mixture
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