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Oaxaca, Mexico Articles - Few travelers know that a tiny insect, native to Oaxaca, impacted the world economy for close to 200 years, after the Spanish first arrived in Mexico: the strong natural red dye from the cochineal or cochinilla, a bug living off the nopal cactus.
Tlaxcala, Mexico Videos - Estela Salas Silva and her Mexican Home Cooking School offers a course well beyond what is usually understood to be Mexican food. A rich cuisine developed in the Tlaxcala/Puebla area of Mexico.
, Mexico Articles - Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world with a population of 22 million. It has many colorful parks as well as a wealth of cultural museums and attractions including the enchanting Ballet Folkloric which performs throughout the year,
Oaxaca, Mexico Articles - A cooking lesson with internationally acclaimed native chef Pilar Cabrera is both a gastronomic delight and an education into the unique herbs, spices and other indigenous ingredients making Oaxacan cuisine perhaps the richest in the country.
Cancun, Mexico Videos - A fantastic, up-scale luxury resort located in downtown Cancun, also known as Cancun's hotel zone. The Riu staff offers every accommodation. A great all-inclusive resort, with nice rooms, good food and even better pools and beach!
, Mexico Official Info - US State Department Travel Considerations for Mexico
, Mexico Videos - Denisse Wolf recommends a wonderful experience in Cancun: Drive a speed boat from the lagoon, through the mangroves into the oceans reefs to swim and enjoy exiting snorkeling seeing hundreds of beautiful tropical fishes Great family fun. A must!
, Mexico Official Info - U.S. Department of State information for the United Mexican States
Tlaxcala, Mexico Articles - A week of cooking, eating and digesting the culture of the Alta Plano of central Mexico
Tlaxcala, Mexico Articles - A very high cuisine developed in the Tlaxcala/Puebla area of Mexico in pre-Hispanic times. It was added to and enhanced by Spanish and French influences resulting in a kitchen as rich, subtle and complex as any in the world; well beyond what is usual
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