Vacationing at Punta de Mita

Vacationing at Punta de Mita

A place with stunning beaches in Mexico is none other than Punta de Mita. Enjoy the water sports from sailing to SCUBA diving. Even a relaxing time whale watching, fishing and playing or watching polo. Go for the best of spas and the many land-based day trips and hikes. You may barbecue on a hill-top ranch, do colonial tours, horseback riding, hot air ballooning and even go on expeditions to visit the Sierra Madre Mountains. Adventurous people may want to tour on an open jeep or other flying... [ read more ]

The Great Mexican Hideout - Costalegre

The Great Mexican Hideout – Costalegre

Soak yourself in a luxurious Mexican trip by making your dream of a luxurious experience that Mexico can offer come true. Smacked between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo, exotic resort hotels awaits you. Be in seclusion and have your own privacy. In anyway, try to discover the Costalegre through its excellent spa treats. There are also hidden coves, villages and interesting little towns along Highway 200. Where else can you find mountainside along the coast? Take it slow and easy is the best ... [ read more ]

The Mexican Dessertspoons

The Mexican Dessertspoons

Other than the famous Mexican dips, you can try the Five layer Mexican Dip that is with cheese, Cheddar, vegetables, Avocado, beans/legumes. The Mexican has some traditional soups such as the Mexican Chicken Soup and they cooked it with cheese, Cheddar, meat and poultry. Another soup called the Mexican Tortilla Chicken Soup also tastes really refreshing. It is due to the ingredients used in the making of this soup such as lime, chicken, Avocado and also Jalepeno. You can imagine a tangy and ... [ read more ]

Templo Mayor and the National Palace

Templo Mayor and the National Palace

The National Palace or Palacio Nacional in Mexico can be found in the Mexico City's main square called Plaza de la Constitucion. Now it is the presidential residence fo Los Pinos. It has an architecture that is transplanting of the Spanish civilization to the New World and it has a blend of the Aztec and Spanish altogether. This place is a main highlight especially on the eve of the Mexican Independence Day. You can not only just hear the original bell of Father Hidalgo but also hearing the ... [ read more ]