Tag: Oaxaca

Love and Valentine’s Day in Mexico

To our friends in Mexico and all around the world, The MEXICO Report would like to wish you a very Happy Valentine’s Day (Día de San Valentín) today or also known in Mexico as ‘The Day of Love and Friendship’…

The Oaxaca Top Ten

Written and submitted by Michael S. Lewis Traveling in Oaxaca gave us yet another reason to love Mexico. The state offers beautiful mountains, high deserts, amazing beaches and bays on the Pacific Ocean, small towns filled with incredible artists and…

Images of Mexico Earn Louis Montrose Travel Photographer of the Year Award

Congratulations to Louis Montrose from California for winning Travel Photographer of the Year Award for his images of the Day of the Dead festival in Oaxaca, Mexico (as well as for a painted village in Burkino Faso.) Photographers from 90 different countries…

Dia de los Muertos – a Celebrated Cultural Tradition in Mexico and Beyond

Dia de los Muertos

Dia de los Muertos – or Day of the Dead is celebrated in Mexico as an homage of life where families throughout each of the 31 states in Mexico typically take part in a religious ceremony, honoring those who have passed.…

My Mexico: Videos of Everyday People Celebrating Mexico

Mexico is a diverse and historically rich country filled with original, indigenous cultures, eco-tourism, biodiversity, natural landscapes, lush jungles, deserts, tens of thousands of archeological sites, colonial cities, wine and tequila production, world-class cuisine, haciendas, cenotes, cathedrals, UNESCO World Heritage…

A Tradition of Tastes – Oaxaca Prepares for National Culinary Festival, El Saber del Sabor

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From September 1-11,  2011, Oaxaca will celebrate its national culinary festival, ‘El Saber del Sabor’ – A Tradition of Tastes. “The culinary festival El Saber del Sabor: Más Allá del Mito de los Siete Moles (A Tradition of Tastes: Beyond the Myth…