Mexico has many celebrations, but one of the most outstanding celebrations is definitely the Día de los Muertos – the Day of the Dead. Where other countries… Read more “10 items that should be on your altar for Día de los Muertos”
Reusing materials – Mexican style
I remember very well when I came to Mexico for the first time. It was about eight years ago and my man and I were invited… Read more “Reusing materials – Mexican style”
Taxco and a paradise called ‘Las Estacas’
Spring is in the air! A while ago, we made a road trip to the states of Guerrero and Morelos. On the route we took, one can find… Read more “Taxco and a paradise called ‘Las Estacas’”
Isla Holbox – Mexico’s ‘best kept secret’
Now that Isla Holbox is spot on in many of the latest issues of travel magazines, I would love to contribute to the information about this pearl… Read more “Isla Holbox – Mexico’s ‘best kept secret’”
Three Wise Men in Mexico: Los Reyes Magos
Today, on January 6, Mexico is celebrating the arrival of the Three Kings to Bethlehem. Every 6th of January people tell the story of the journey of… Read more “Three Wise Men in Mexico: Los Reyes Magos”
Pastes – food in Hidalgo
Hidalgo has a couple of pueblos mágicos: magical villages. During my first visit to Mexico my Mexican family took me there immediately. And yes, they are magical. We… Read more “Pastes – food in Hidalgo”
Can I have that spicy candy, por favor?
I have said so before: Mexican food is spicy. And I am not talking about I-will-go-to-a-Mexican-restaurant-abroad-and-order-the-most-spicy-thing-on-their-menu spicy, but about concentrated-salsa-full-of-peppers spicy. Picante, as they beautifully name it… Read more “Can I have that spicy candy, por favor?”
Luxurious restaurants or street food?
Where do you prefer to eat when you’re on your holiday? Even before people come to visit this diverse country, people are already familiarised with ‘Mexican food’.… Read more “Luxurious restaurants or street food?”