Things that make Mexico unique

Things that make Mexico unique

Mexico is known for its fantastic beaches and Mayan and Aztec ruins and pyramids. But this country full of history has much more to offer and that is why it is the tenth in the list of preferences of tourists from around the world when it comes to holiday destinations. Every country has some special characteristics that make it special. Today we would like to present you the most beautiful and popular things about Mexico, the things that make Mexio unique.   The rich hi... [ read more ]

Typical Mexican drinks

Typical Mexican drinks

The most popular Mexican alcoholic drink is tequila. It is preferred by Mexicans and foreigners as well. They also like beer. The traditional Mexican beer is called Corona, which they drink flavored with lime. Mexicans also drink lemonades, soft drinks and cola that are called "refrescos", which means refreshments. We would like to present you today some typical Mexican drinks and many variations of them. We even give you two drink recipes. Alcoholic Mexican drinks The typical... [ read more ]

The 18 Best Mexican Dishes

The 18 Best Mexican Dishes

Mexicans love food, especially the one made in their own country. Make a visit to Mexico and you will quickly understand the importance of food in their lives. Mexican cuisine has little to do with foods that are served in Mexican restaurants abroad. For many tourists, the first experience with the real Mexican food is a big surprise - no waiters with large hats, margaritas with different flavors or nachos with cheese on the menu. Authentic Mexican food is fresh, simple, often made from l... [ read more ]

Most Important Things You Need to Know About Mexican Food

Most Important Things You Need to Know About Mexican Food

Lately Mexican food is a real world fashion. Mexican cuisine is quite exotic and very spicy. It is a mixture of Aztec, Mayan and Spanish culinary traditions. We want to present the most important things you need to know about Mexican food to understand the importance of the ingredients and of condiments in Mexican cuisine. Each region of Mexico has its own kitchen, but the main ingredient all over are: corn, beans and chili peppers. They use spices like coriander, cumin, garlic, cinnamon,... [ read more ]

Chamber Music Festival in Mexico

Chamber Music Festival in Mexico

For 16 days, starting from the Friday 3rd of August is the International Chamber Music Festival. This event is the top in Latin America, a tradition that is kept to present the internationally acclaimed ensembles of chamber music. The venue chosen are acoustically checked and up to standard. They are intimate venues within the historic town which are UNESCO World Heritage sites. For example, the Angela Peralta Theater having a capacity of four hundred is the home base for the Festival. Box s... [ read more ]

Wet Season in Mexico

Wet Season in Mexico

In August, it is rather wet and with downpours in Mexico. Generally this is the middle of the hurricane season. In the north, it is hot, the central region of Mexico is rainy and warm and on the coastal areas, it is relatively hot and humid. You may find rain but the temperature is calm due to the nice breeze from the coast. Acapulco is about 25­ªC to 31ªC, Cancun could be from 23ªC up to 32ªC. Cozumel is also the same but up to 31ªC. Mexico City goes as cool as 13ªC up to only 23ªC.... [ read more ]

Interesting Haciendas in Mexico

Interesting Haciendas in Mexico

You would not want to miss the large plantation or estates in Mexico. Sometimes, these haciendas can be a mine or even business factories which originated from land grants made to conquistadors who used to be soldiers, adventurers, explorers at the Portuguese or Spanish Empires. Conquistadors had sailed beyond Europe, opening trade routes and conquering territory. In Mexico, there are several featured haciendas and some historic hotels including the Hotel Chichen Yaxkin Spa, the Hotel Hacien... [ read more ]

Twenty ‘Must do’ in Cancun

Twenty ‘Must do’ in Cancun

Ferraris and Lamborghinis Exotic Rides on the Cancun Highway lets you drive your dream with a mind-blowing acceleration. What you need is a license, a sign waiver and even those under the age of eighteen can drive as a copilots with a pro driver. Sightseeing the large ruined city, the Coba Ruins for the entire day or half and reward yourself to a therapeutic Fish Spa at the end of the day. Garra Rufa fish are used as the ‘Doctor Fish’ as they are feed on your dead skin cells. Alternative... [ read more ]

Playa Carrizalillo

Playa Carrizalillo

Not too far from Puerto Escndido, you can find this little treasure spot with white sand beaches. Just five minutes away, you can find fantastic cobalt blue water waves for boogie boarding, swimming and most importantly for surfing. You can take surf lessons, make many trips to the Manialtepec lagoon and check out the exciting Temazcali experience. If you just want to lay and sun bathe in the sun, this place offer an uncrowded and gentle surroundings -  for you get very nice beautiful gentl... [ 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 ]