It is said that there are more Canadian and US citizens living in Chapala than in any other municipality outside of Canada and the United States. This is not surprising considering that the Lake Chapala region is beautiful and it is filled with culture, history and art.
by Peter Colman on June 1, 2011 in Anthropology, Archaeology, Arts, Business and Economy, Colonial Destinations, Conferences, Conventions, Culture, Dance, Education, Festivals, History, Industries, Music, Northern Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Regions & States, Uncategorized, Visual Arts
The city of Monterrey, with a population in excess of 3.4 million, is Mexico’s third largest city and high tech/industrial centerpiece. Monterrey also enjoys the distinction of being one of Latin America’s more enchanting cosmopolitan centers.
Among the first to feel the primal dance urge in today’s Mexico were the ancient Aztec and Mayan (Mesoamerican) cultures. Then came the 16th-century and a colorful, diverse flow of Hispanic and Caribbean/Cuban dance partners. The result was a vibrant tapestry of traditional dance styles.
Veracruz is rich in history, culture, architecture, tourist sites and celebrations…It is tree-lined and filled with specialty shops, boutiques, and restaurants…Enjoy the eclectic port with electric excitement – Veracruz.
by Peter Colman on April 23, 2010 in Airlines, Archaeology, Arts, Beach Destinations, Business and Economy, Cancun, Conferences, Conventions, Culture, Eco-Tourism, Ecotourism, Festivals, Food & Drink, Fun in the Sun, Golf, Hotels, Music, Quintana Roo, Regions & States, Riviera Maya, Sports, Tourism, Travel
Beyond the Maya Riviera’s warm Caribbean waters, and beneath her white coral beaches and legendary Mayan temples, lay a subterranean fun-lovers’ paradise, brimming with tourist-friendly fresh-water caves and exotic marine life.