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Agua de Papaya con Limon

Agua de Papaya con Limon

Mexican Christmas Traditions: How They Celebrate Christmas in Mexico

How Christmas Traditions Are Celebrated in Mexico

Parol is a traditional Filipino Christmas decoration, a five point star-shaped Christmas lantern.

Wake Up Call in Sayulita, Mexico. | My favorite memories of Mexico is buying fruit on the street.

will love to help you find Yummy fresh fruit waiting for you to stop by, grab one and start your morning with a sweet treat.love the blue table cloth

An Afternoon in Oaxaca: Exploring Mexican Tradition by TheCultureTrip.com, click…

6 Things You Must Do When Visiting Oaxaca

Insider's Guide to Mexico City

Insider's Guide to Mexico City

Insider's Guide to Mexico City - One of the most intriguing cities in the world where I learned to hablar Espanol!

Colorful sombreros: Learn more about Mexico, its business, culture and food by joining ANZMEX anzmex.org.au

Colorful sombreros: Learn more about Mexico, its business, culture and food by joining ANZMEX

Creating a Día de los Muertos Altar, the Kitchen [ MexicanConnexionforTile.com ] #culture #Talavera #Mexican

Creating a Día de los Muertos Altar

History of DIA DE LOS MUERTOS (Day of the Dead) - woman decorating her home ofrenda in patzcuaro mexico

El Día de los muertos (The Day of the Dead) in Mexico is a joyous and festive celebration that has nothing to do with the idea of death as grim, but with the celebration of the happy existence of souls. Festivities begin a few weeks before, when Mexicans of all walks of life take to the street to buy flowers (especially marigolds), candles and food, which are then placed on an altar or by the grave of the dead. Sweets like chocolate coffins, sugar skeletons and "pan de muerto" are made…

The Day of the Dead in Mexico is a joyous and festive celebration. It is the celebration of the happy existence of souls. There are candles and food, which are placed on the altar. Sweets like chocolate coffins, sugar skeletons are also placed there.

Those blues ones are a blue corn base with mashed beans inside, and you can get it topped with red or green sauce, cheese and onions, or all of those which is called "bandera". They are called tlacoyo and they are SO good.

Street Food Mexico - Those blues ones are a blue corn base with mashed beans inside, and you can get it topped with red or green sauce, cheese and onions, or all of those which is called "bandera". They are called tlacoyo and they are SO good.

traditional foods ~ Salsas at the Cholula market, Puebla, Mexico

These are different salsas at the Cholula market in Puebla, Mexico. Each salsa is made with unique ingredients to give it their signature taste. Salsa is a very popular dish served in Mexico.

10 Reasons To Move To Mexico #mexico #retirement

10 Reasons to Move to Mexico If you’re looking for a life filled with stunning beaches, rich culture, excellent food, and a laidback lifestyle.

Tequila, Jalisco.  Learn more about Mexico, its business, culture and food by joining ANZMEX http://www.anzmex.org.au OR like our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/ANZMEX

On my bucket list. Touring the Blue Agave Fields in the town of Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico.

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