One of my favorite parts about Christmas in Mexico is the Christmas markets. Read on to see why!
Christmas is almost synomous with snow. But how does one decorate in a region that doesn’t have snow?
The Day of the Dead gives some people the willies. But it really shouldn’t.
Why go to Veracruz? Why not? Or read on for my top 3 reasons to visit this gem of the Gulf Coast.
Come to Querétaro. Walk through their vineyards. Drink their wine. You’ll come back!
Can’t experience Mexico in person? Here are my top five picks for learning about it through literature. (OK–to be honest, not all my selections qualify as “literature”! But that doesn’t mean they aren’t great!)
What makes Bernal so exceptional? Space to enjoy nature, a quirky town, and wine–so much wine!
I always thought it was standard procedure that everyone knew when the last day of school would be. Then I moved to Mexico!
When asked what one should DO when visiting Puebla, I can only come up with a list of things to EAT!
When anybody asks what they should do when visiting Mexico City, my favorite suggestion is always, “Go to Xochimilco!” Or, better said, ride a trajinera in Xochimilco. What’s a trajinera, you ask? Stick with me. Prehispanic City Planning Xochimilco is on the very south side of the city. Its claim to fame are the canals…