2014 la Muerte, well she is a character from the movie “Book of Life” based on Dia de los Muertos. Primarily a Mexican holiday celebrated on October 31, but continues a few days after. It is a special day to celebrate and remember passed on loved ones. There is something similar done in Romania where […]Continue Reading →
Cenotes are underground caves in fresh water, which so happens Mexico, particularly the Yucatan Peninsula has the most in the world. Since in that area there are really no lakes or rivers, the Mayans’ only source of fresh water was from these Cenotes. One will also notice the Mayan ancient cities/sites are very close to […]Continue Reading →
2013 Highlights. What a fun year!
As refreshing as a soda gets, can’t go wrong with apple soda in Mexico.Continue Reading →
Pre-Columbian ancient sites are an encouragement for one to travel around the Americas. Mexico probably has the highest amount of all the Latin American countries. To be fair Mexico is of large size in comparison. The ones I can speak for are Tulum on the coast; Chichen Itza in Yucatan; Teotihuacan just northeast of Mexico […]Continue Reading →
Surely one thing travelers to Mexico will notice is local authentic Mexican dishes will not be found in the chain eateries outside Mexico. For a start the tacos are even different: from all the ones I’ve seen while in Mexico they are served on tiny tortilla breads about the size of a person’s palm and […]Continue Reading →
On the plane on my way to Cancun right now. My friend Ann is sitting next to me. We asked someone to switch seats. I was hoping to get wifi on the plane but can’t find where there appears to be the option, even to pay for it. Oh well… So this is my first […]Continue Reading →