This dictionary of dining terms assures tourists that they receive the meat (carne) dish they order in any comedor, eatery, market or restaurant in Oaxaca.
Latin American countries celebrate All Souls’ Day annually, and Mexico is no exception, known for lavishly embracing life by honoring the dead.
Visitors from all over the world come to Oaxaca, Mexico at the end of October to experience its vibrant celebration of life and death, Dia de los Muertos.
Puebla; Mexico’s city of angels, is a vibrant city rich in culture and history with over 2,600 historic buildings, colorful shops, and world-class cuisine.
With the extension of the Arco Norte toll road beyond Querétaro, visitors to San Miguel de Allende can drive to Oaxaca in seven hours, avoiding… Read More »Easy Drive, San Miguel de Allende to Oaxaca, Avoids Mexico City
Mexican souvenirs made in China? Yes, it happens but here is how to find authentic Mexican souvenirs while vacationing south of the border.