Something caught my eye the other day and I followed an impulse. After getting my vehicle repaired off Airport Road, I passed a small store front with two piñatas hanging outside.
Batman and a star piñata lured me into a U-turn. It was like I walked into a folk art market or a room at Mexico City’s renowned Museo de Arte Popular (folk art).
Anahi’s Jumpers is crammed with colorful piñatas of all sizes and designs. “Any shape you can imagine,” says co-owner Andrea Suarez, who runs the store with husband Norberto de la Cruz and other family members.