Tips To Make The Best Out of Your Trip To Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is a charming Mexican town in the state of Jalisco that offers visitors sandy beaches, fun water sports, and colorful festivals year-round. Depending on your tastes and interests, you can enjoy a vibrant nightlife scene, boutique shops, a historic cobblestone town center, and the iconic Malecón, a beachside promenade with unique sculptures and a wonderful bar and restaurant selection. Need I say more? (more…)

Guide to the Best Ecopark in Mexico – Xcaret

Located in the beautiful Riviera Maya in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, Experiencias Xcaret offers the best parks, activities, and tours in Cancun and the whole of the Riviera Maya. It attracts tons of visitors from both Playa del Carmen and Cancun on a daily basis, and millions of visitors from around the world each year. (more…)

8 Reasons That Make Mexico an Appealing Country to Visit

8 Reasons That Make Mexico an Appealing Country to Visit
I may be biased but Mexico rocks. You can explore and find every single type of amazing place across the country including one of the largest metropolis of the world, tropical jungles, stunning beaches, historic architecture, colorful towns, colonial areas, indigenous culture, Spanish culture influence, centuries-old ruins, and a vast amount of culture and arts. Everything! I tell you. And don't get me started on the food! (Although you will read more about that below, as it's my number one

Mexico City – Bits & Pieces and Roma Norte

I visited Mexico City for 10 days this month. I wasn't there for Christmas but Christmas celebrations, decorations and moods weren't lacking. The trip was pretty routine and I didn't do anything specific worth blogging about (I don't really think you care about my adventures of going to the movies, shopping, dining out and hanging out with friends) but I did take some snapshots of the city that I'd like to share with you.  (more…)

A Guide To Traditional Mexican Sweets

A Guide To Traditional Mexican Sweets
Traditional Mexican sweets are not as famous as those from France, Switzerland or the US, but giving the vast variety of pastry, candy and chocolate made and consumed domestically, Mexicans have an incomparable sweet tooth. And chocolate, of course, is one of Mexico’s gifts to the world. Did you know the Aztecs were the first ones to consume the cacao bean (in drink form)? (more…)

10 Mexican Habits I Lost When I Moved to the USA

10 Mexican Habits I Lost When I Moved to the USA
I was born and raised in Mexico City. I lived there for 18 years of my life before I moved abroad for the first time for college to London. Currently, I have been living in the US for over 5 years now (plus a few months in India in between), so some of my Mexicans habits have definitely changed over time to adapt to this country. Every time I go back to visit my hometown

Mercado de Jamaica – A Must Visit In Mexico City Part II

In my first post about the mercado de Jamaica (Jamaica Market) in Mexico City, I showed the abundant colors of available flowers and plants in the market. But flora is not all there is in this amazing place. You can find beautiful food too; ready to eat grilled corn and other snacks, stunning fruits and vegetables, seas of candy (traditional and otherwise), and more. Plus, all sizes of bright piñatas, incense and candles, and during Christmas time,

Mercado de Jamaica – A Must Visit In Mexico City Part I

If you ever need flowers, the mercado de Jamaica (Jamaica market) in Mexico City is the place to be. It used to be Pike Place Market in Seattle for me, but I recently visited this market for the first time and it surpassed my expectations. My mom had been telling me about it for some time and she finally took me in my most recent trip to Mexico. The colors and the life of the flowers and

Voladores de Papantla – A Dangerous Mexican Dance Ritual

The "Voladores de Papantla" (Papantla Flyers) or Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers) is an ancient Mesoamerican ceremony/ritual still performed in Mexico today. The ritual consists of a dance and usually five voladores (flyers), sometimes called hombres pajaro (bird men), climb to the top of a pole of up to 150 feet or 45 meters in height, launch themselves from it and slowly descend circling the pole with ropes tied to their feet. The fifth volador remains on