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Love from Mexico

This post is dedicated to love in the Mexican way, profound and full. There are many ways in which we can express this tender feeling, now I am going to mention some quotes from movies, songs and texts, in which love manifests in perfect forms. Amarte...

San Miguel de Allende

Located in the state of Guanajuato, this is a city rich in historical heritage that succeeds at being picturesque and urban at the same time. San Miguel de Allende is without a doubt one of the most beautiful cities of Mexico. A city found on high...

Reyes Magos

It is a tradition that every 6th of January in many countries, the children wait anxiously for the arrival of the Reyes Magos, the reason is because it is accustomed for them to ask these kings for some present. So in a way we can...

Yucatecan Cuisine

Yucatecan food is recognised around the world and it has roots in Hispanic and mayan culture. Later it was influence by Mesoamerica and nowadays we could see Middle east influence. The combination of these are what characterizes the flavors of the recipes. With creativity and ingenuity of the...

Oaxaca City

Oaxaca de Juarez is the capital city of Oaxaca’s state and a World Heritage city. It is rich in history and culture. It is an amazing destination where you can find ancient civilizations, colonial architecture and traditions. In the country and around the world Oaxaca is...

Mexican Urban Tales

The Grandparents Stories that made Mexicans go to bed early at night   Dead returning from beyond, ghosts, evil apparitions, unexplained punishment and supernatural events, dead who raised, and many souls’ gruesome facts give rise to Mexican Urban Tales. Legends had its peak during the colonial era,...

Adventure Trip with the Best Team

In the company we have the tradition of making integration trips to promote the fellowship between us and also for visiting places and creating new routes we can offer to our guests, so we have to take one for the team and explore it first,...

Day of the Dead around Mexico

  In my life, I have celebrated the Day of the Dead around Mexico seeing different perspectives. Despite some differences, there are things that never change: traditional food, cempasúchil flowers, altars, and deep spiritualism. My family always tells me that these days are made to honor...