Yucatecan Cuisine: a one of a kind culinary experience you can not miss

Before colonial invasion in the 16th century, the cuisine of the Yucatan peninsula was dominated entirely by traditional Mayan food..

Tacos 1986: Hottest Street-Food Sensation in Los Angeles, California

Jorge Alvarez-Tostado, the strikingly charismatic taquero who goes by Joy, is carving adobada off a trompo. The.

Public fountain of beer in Slovenia is the envy of the whole world

This fountain is the very first of its kind and in addition to being a.

March 31st is TACO DAY in Mexico #DíaDelTaco

Have you ever wondered, since when, where and how did the idea of ​​creating the.

“Festival del Panucho” to be held in Valladolid March 30th

If you’re a Yucatán resident, you most certainly know that a Panucho is basically a food.

Expert says that traditional Mexican food is the key to a healthy life

According to Bent Lautrup from the World Diabetes Foundation, Mexicans need to, urgently, return to.

UMAMI: The Fifth Element arrives in Mérida

Sweet, salty, sour and bitter seemed to be the right pieces to complete the great puzzle.

Guadalajara attempts to set a new Guinness World Record for the world’s largest tequila tasting

A week-long celebration in the State of Jalisco marked Mexico’s first-ever National Day of Tequila on March.

Social media users mock foreigners who criticized Mexican candy

Social media users mercilessly mocked consumers who bought a beloved Mexican candy called pulparindo, which.

Yucatan beekeepers in crisis

VALLADOLID, Yucatan – The effects of the hive beetle, the anticipated flowering of the dzidzilché.

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18-year-old Alyssa Carson has been training to become the first human to walk on Mars

At just three years old, Alyssa Carson knew she wanted to be an astronaut, and since then, she’s worked tirelessly. Carson could…

Dive in Tulum, Mexico’s number 1 Cave Diving Spot

Tulum is famous not only for its pristine beaches, beautiful coastline and dramatic Mayan Ruins but also for its magical…

Three Days in Chocholá, Yucatán at incredible Chablé Resort

A short flight east and you arrive at the small and friendly town of Chocholá. Winding dirt tracks, rusty signs,…

Rosas & Xocolate reviewed by “The Telegraph Destinations” British news outlet

Themed hotels can feel gimmicky, but this sweet and stylish boutique hotel on Mérida’s main boulevard gets it just right.…

Low hotel occupancy during the summer of 2019 in Quintana Roo (due to several factors)

The decrease in the number of arrivals of tourists to Quintana Roo during July, the numbers of service providers and…