B&B's in Mexico
Mexico is safer than other popular destinations in the world !
Mexico is huge, ranking 14th among the world's 249 countries and spanning over 2,000 miles from end to end. Mexico is a nation of 31 states as diverse as those in the U.S. and is larger than the the States from Texas to Maine. Imagining all of Mexico is dangerous because of isolated border violence would be like cancelling a vacation to Orlando because of the Boston Bombing.
Here are 10 reasons why Mexico is the place to be…..
People: The level of friendliness of the Mexican people is among the highest in the world. Everywhere you go someone will be willing to lend a helping hand. Here is one of my favorite highlights, which captures the friendly spirit of the Mexican people.
Visit Mexico on a wonderfull Chill Out Music (Video)
Marvelling at a 1300-year-old Maya palace at Palenque as parrots screech and howler monkeys growl in the sweaty emerald jungle around you. This is Mexico. Sliding from a palm-fringed sandy beach into the warm, turquoise waves of the Pacific at Puerto Vallarta. This, too, is Mexico. See what this country offers viewing this vidéo !
Campeche: CALAKMUL and archaeology sites (Peninsula of Yucatán)
CALAKMUL, World Cultural Heritage is one of the biggest Mayan cities discovered until now, covering an area of 70 km2 (17300acres). It is located in the southeastern Campeche, by the Guatemala border, inside the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve, the second American lung and the largest tropical forest in Mexico.
Baja California Sur
Surrounded by the waters of the Gulf of California – the Sea of Cortez – and the Pacific Ocean, Baja California Sur, located in the northwest corner of Mexico, is a state that contrasts the soft and gentle landscape of the sea with the harshness of the desert.
Riviera Maya – Tulum and ruins of Cobá
Tulum is a Mayan city built three thousand years ago on a rocky peak overlooking a turquoise sea, with the world’s second largest coral reef just a few steps away from the coast. In addition, dream beaches are located just over 10 km away (6.2 miles). It looks like the ideal place to share your time between the sea and a thousand year old civilization.
How to live, work, invest, travel, and retire in Mexico
Six years into my expat life, I look forward to downsizing. In fact, last year I bought a small, manageable, lock-and-leave property in Guanajuato, in the Colonial Highlands. It's a far cry from what I thought I wanted when I first moved to Mexico...This article comes to us courtesy of, the world's leading authority on how to live, work, invest, travel, and retire better overseas.
Art and Craft in Mexico
Mexico has a wide range of creative objects, each one more interesting than the other one, and whose origin goes back to the legendary history of Mesoamerica. Every State has developed its own history and customs depending on natural and cultural influences. Mexicans have a strong link with ancestral art.
Sonora – Magic Town of Alamos
Very close to the border between Sinaloa and Chihuahua, the magic town of Alamos will surprise you with its architecture and its traditions. The town was founded on December 8, 1685. It was originally called Real de la Limpia Concepcion de los Alamos and also Real de los Frailes. It used to be a colonial city, and had its age of splendor due to mining.
State of Querétaro and capital (Video)
Santiago de Querétaro, located in central Mexico, halfway between Mexico City and the city of Guanajuato, is the capital of a state of the same name. Historic, colonial town in essence, it is undoubtedly one of the most inviting destinations in Mexico. We include visits in the surroundings.
Cuernavaca, the city of the Eternal Spring (State of Morelos)
How to pronounce this Aztec name of Cuauhnáhuac meaning « place by the woods»? The Spaniards converted the name in Cuernavaca by phonic convenience without worrying about calling cow’s horn a so currently distinguished vacation resort.
Chiapas and its capital Tuxtla Gutiérrez (Video)
Chiapas State is located at the very southern end of Mexico, on the Guatemala border. Tuxtla Gutiérrez, its administrative capital, detonates completely from its state. Modern and definitely colonial city, it appears slightly shifted in this indigenous territory.
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