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Pomuch Cemetery in Campeche. Death Seen in a Different Way

Cementerio de Pomuch en Campeche

“Passing through the arch of the entrance to the cemetery, one can not only see, but also feel the difference upon entering. The Pomuch Cemetery in Campeche, is a very special cemetery where death is seen differently than in most of the world. It is not seen in the terrifying way that many European cultures see it, nor the sarcastic …

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Las Vegas: The Paradise of Chefs and Gourmands

By: Elsie Méndez @sabormexico Until a few years ago, Las Vegas had always been synonymous in my mind with games and shows. But for 10 years now, gastronomy and haute cuisine have become part of the activities that the so-called “City of Sin” offers its visitors. A collection of Chefs and Cooks from the most exquisite and sophisticated kitchens have …

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San Cristobal de las Casas: Rediscovering Corners

By: Carlos Dragonne @carlosdragonne One of the great advantages of traveling in Mexico to discover new places and revisit past destinations is the range of opportunity to share a table, a glass of wine or a whole day with people we meet along the way. Even better are those times spent with old acquaintances who continue to surprise us. This …

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The Origin and Traditions of Mexicaneros

By: Cristina Barros y Manuel Buenrostro One of the 62 original cultures of Mexico is that of the Mexicaneros; they live in the region where Jalisco, Nayarit, Durango and Zacatecas meet; the largest settlement is in the Duranguense municipality of Mezquital. Their mother tongue is Mexicanero, of the Nahuatl family; They also speak Spanish. The conditions of the terrain are …

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The Bajío: The Cooks and Vineyards in the Heart of Mexico Part 4

By Elsie Mendez @sabormexico One of the most enjoyable activities in San Miguel de Allende is their Spas. For this trip we had a very special surprise waiting for our guest journalists from New York. The House of Sierra Nevada and the Rosewood San Miguel de Allende opened the doors of their cabins to delight our guests with treatments that …

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The Bajío: The Cooks and Vineyards in the Heart of Mexico Part 2

By Elsie Mendez @sabormexico After a rigorous and very delicious stop between Mexico City and Santiago de Queretaro at the popular Barbacoa de Santiago, we arrive at an interesting destination full of history. It goes back to viceregal Mexico. The famous arches from the old aqueduct welcome us to continue with our culinary tour through the Bajio. Deneb is our …

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The Bajío: The Cooks and Vineyards in the Heart of Mexico Part 1

By Elsie Mendez @sabormexico Doing culinary and gastronomy tours is, and continues to be, our main activity as a promoter of Mexican cuisine; show it, share it, and make-known the history behind each authentic and traditional dish. After five years we feel confident knowing that we have surprised many, but when the challenge is to do it with expert journalists …

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Puebla: A City of Rediscovery

By: Carlos Dragonné y Elsie Méndez Puebla has always had something that attracts me to it. Its architecture, the layout of its streets and, above all, the history that is breathed throughout the small and large spaces of the city. All of it immediately moves me to wake up in a city that is watched over by volcanoes. They watch …

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Morelia, A Message Among the Pink Quarry

Travel review of Morelia, Michoacan, Candy Museum, Santa Fe de la Laguna

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Morelia, The Morelian Night is Calling Me

Review of our trip Morelia, Michoacan Mexico.

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