The Day of the Dead is right around the corner. This Mexican celebration takes place November 1st through the 2nd. During the Day of the Dead festivals in Mexico, families celebrate and welcome the deceased into their homes. They decorate alters and grave sites with food, flowers, alcohol, trinkets, and sugar skulls. These gifts are […]
Father’s Day is right around the corner, and some of us might not recognize that it is actually an international holiday. Have you ever wondered how other countries celebrate Dad’s special day? In Mexico, just like all other “fiestas” and holidays, they celebrate Father’s Day on a more festival scale then we do here in the States. […]
Cinco de Mayo is fast approaching and, for some of you, that means an excuse to party. However, many people don’t actually know what the day of celebration is all about.
Mexico’s national holidays are celebrations of their history and culture.
Contrary to what many believe, Cinco de Mayo is not a celebration of Mexican independence, and it is not the biggest holiday in Mexico.
As November rolls around, Day of the Dead will be following. Day of the dead is a holiday that is celebrated on November 1st and 2nd.