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Experience Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Pascua en México es una de las fiestas religiosas más importantes. Esta conmemoración es una mezcla de rituales cristianos y tradiciones indígenas, basadas en las costumbres españolas traídas en la conquista y durante el proceso de evangelización. Como consecuencia, dichas festividades varían de acuerdo a la región o ciudad donde te encuentres. – Las vacaciones [&hellip

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Posted 4/16/2014 by Hayde Escalante | No Comments

By Verónica Toro Translated by Nyima Bieber – Every year on February 2nd Mexico celebrates the Día de la Candelaria, or Candlemas, where the “child is raised” from the nativity scene and the figures or images of him are taken to the church to be blessed. Christmas decorations are taken down and put away for next [&hellip

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Posted 1/30/2014 by Veronica Toro | No Comments

By Haydé Escalante Disappear from the cold weather and fly to Mexico this holiday season. To be honest, escaping to Mexico from the ice has become a popular choice for those tired of a white Christmas, even celebrities like Lady Gaga, the Kardashians, Charlie Sheen and Beyoncé have come to the paradise of Vallarta-Nayarit for [&hellip

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Posted 12/23/2013 by Hayde Escalante | No Comments

Por Haydé Escalante “Cuando los mexicanos ya no crean en nada, seguirán arraigándose a su creencia por la Virgen de Guadalupe. “ Octavio Paz La cultura mexicana está muy arraigada a sus orígenes católicos desde los tiempos de la conquista.  Hay una figura religiosa e histórica que los mexicanos se adjudicaron como parte de sus [&hellip

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Posted 12/11/2013 by Hayde Escalante | No Comments

  By Betsua Salazar Translated by Nyima Bieber    Celebrations around the world for this holiday are so diverse they range from commemorating the independence of a nation to joyfully celebrating the memory of our loved ones; such is the case in Mexico on November 2nd, the Day of the Dead in Mexico or Halloween, [&hellip

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Posted 10/16/2013 by Betsua Salazar | No Comments