Pan de Muerto: flavor, tradition and respect for the Dead

With Día de Muertos right around the corner, shelves at bakeries and stores in Puerto Vallarta are.

Celebrating the Day of the Dead in Mexico City

During November 1st and 2nd, Mexico celebrates one of its most important celebrations: the Day of.

In Pomuch, Campeche people dig up their family on Day of the Dead

Pomuch, Campeche where people literally cleanse the deceased on their day. The inhabitants of Pomuch have.

Catrina: Mexico’s Lady of the Dead

All over Mexico, people can find curious skeleton figures of porcelain or ceramic, hand painted.

Tales from the crypt in CDMX

A giant skeleton has “emerged” from a street in the Tlahuac neighbourhood of Mexico City..

Chicken or Xpelón, which will you choose?

Everyone knows pib with chicken is “mucbipollo” but… the locals prefer Xpelón. The day of.

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Campeche’s Maya archaeological site of Edzná reopens

With health measures and protocols, the archaeological zone of Edzná that is currently under the care of the National Institute…

Cancun’s Sun Palace announced reopening

A Top Cancun Resort Undergoes $40 Million Transformation The luxury adults-only property underwent a transformation both inside and out with…

Widely Disparaged Generation Z More Important Than Pollsters Credit 

For the citizens of the United States, the looming event that is the 2020 presidential election is impossible to miss.…

Clock in NYC shows how much time is left to save the world from climate change

According to the New York Times, the Earth has a deadline. And the Climate Clock in New York City is…

Is Token the future of Real Estate in Mexico?

MountX Real Estate Capital has licensed transfer agent Vertalo to design and launch tokens for at least 15 digital real estate projects in…