I traveled to a fireworks festival in Mexico, my camera melted and clothes caught fire. Still one of the coolest things I've done abroad. Here's a video of the photos I took

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  • I traveled to a fireworks festival in Mexico, my camera melted and clothes caught fire. Still one of the coolest things I've done abroad. Here's a video of the photos I took
  • I traveled to a fireworks festival in Mexico. My camera melted and clothes caught fire - it was totally worth it. Here's a video of the photos I took
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    Rebeka Skiles
    A few details - the event is over 2 separate weekends in March, the days change every year and the FB page seems to have the most up to date info. I stayed in Mexico City and hired a local guide that had a car. It might be possible to stay in Tultepec. The town is small and I'm not sure if there is a hotel - maybe airbnb. The drive from DF is about 30 mins, so its not terrible. You could rent a car and stay in Mexico city. *edit I had pasted the FB page - not sure why it got stripped out https://www.facebook.com/Feria-Nacional-de-la-Pirotecnia-Tultepec-Oficial-329924503716746/?fref=ts