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  • Hot Air Balloon flight at Tlaxcala, Mexico

    Hot Air Balloon flight at Tlaxcala, Mexico
    Definitely, this a very MUST in your “bucket list”.
  • Veracruz Aquarium

    Veracruz Aquarium
    One of the first stops of my summer road trip through South-eastern Mexico. This place is quite big, cool, and impressive (and they have crazy coloured jellyfish)
  • Puebla de Los Angeles (and Surroundings)

    Puebla de Los Angeles (and Surroundings)
    Puebla is slowly becoming a world class metropolis, but don't panic. It's all come to stay: Coffee time, naif street illustrations, old style video game arcades and lovely dream-like architecture.
  • Veracruz, Veracruz

    Veracruz, Veracruz
    Veracruz is one of the hottest cities (literally) in the east coast of Mexico, with lots of stuff to see, do and eat.
  • Tajín

    Tajín was the most important totonac city, it is located in the state of Veracruz near the town of Papantla (that's in the east of Mexico folks), wicked cool and quite impressive. Tajín also is the name of a popular brand of powdered chili.
  • Coatepec

    Coatepec is a small town near Xalapa, the capital of the state of Veracruz in México. It is famous because of its coffee plantations, which are a part of the coffee production process. There are places called "beneficios" that are: the places where the coffee is dried and processed.
  • Día de Muertos

    Día de Muertos
    Tepotzotlán is a place, a little colonial town, near México City… but most important is this day. November 1 & 2, Día de Muertos, Day of the Dead; the day when people that has left us in this side of the road visits us to have a drink at our table. In fact, you can take part of the festivity at almost any place at México. One of the must important traditions on this day is the offering; it acquires different characteristics at different locations. At Tepotzotlán, some of the youngsters of the town organize a macro offering with lots of skeletons and skulls in every size and material (sugar, paper and clay).
  • Quiahuiztlan (Veracruz, Mexico)

    Quiahuiztlan (Veracruz, Mexico)
    In Mexico`s history, this place was a city with 17,000 inhabitants before the Conquest, and it was in this place where the Spanish first set foot in Mexico more than 500 years ago. Today it is a small village, with fishermen, boats, a few houses, a good restaurant also called Quiahuiztlan and 2 or more miles of beach for yourself and some few more visitors. Even for winter days, it`s a good option for eating seafood, getting a tan (or becoming red if you`re too white), and swimming. Q: Why? A: Because it`s Mexico, and there the winter does not exist.
  • Quiahuiztlan (Veracruz, Mexico)

    Quiahuiztlan (Veracruz, Mexico)
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    En la historia de Mexico, este lugar era una ciudad con 17.000 habitantes antes de la Conquista, y fue el lugar donde los españoles pusieron pie por primera vez en Mexico hace más de 500 años. Es un pueblo pequeño el dia de hoy, con pescadores, botes, algunas casas, un buen restaurante llamado Quiahuiztlan y 2 o más millas de playa para ti y algunos visitantes más. Incluso en dias de invierno, es una buena opcion para comer mariscos, asolearte (o ponerte rojo si tienes una piel muy blanca), y nadar. Pregunta: Porque? Respuesta: Porque es Mexico, y alli el invierno no existe.
  • Tajín

    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Tajín fue la más importante ciudad totonaca, se localiza en el estado de Veracruz, cerca de papantla (eso está en el este de México) fantástica y muy impresionante. Tajín también es una marca popular de chile en polvo.

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