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06 April, 2022
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One of the most important dates in the religious calendar in Mexico is undoubtedly Holy Week, or Semana Santa ni Spanish. Here we share 10 curious facts about these days of spirituality and celebration in Mexico: 1- This celebration begins on Sunday (April 10, this year 2022), is celebrated on Good Thursday and Good Friday, Glory Saturday and ends on Resurrection Sunday (when the Easter celebration begins), taking place in different ways throughout and width of Mexico. 2- The celebration…

17 February, 2022
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Starting in February Airbnb will pay the ISH in Jalisco Earlier this month, the Governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro Ramírez, announced that the State Secretary of Tourism signed an agreement with Airbnb so that this world-class platform has registration in the state and, starting in February, contributes with the Tax on Lodging, which will go directly to tourism promotion. Likewise, the company will contribute to the creation of a statistical information portal, called Portal de la Ciudad, so that the…

14 January, 2022
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This 200-mile destination in the Mexican Pacific treats travelers and residents to mental, physical, and spiritual rejuvenation through its yoga retreats, majestic hikes, ancient spa rituals, and enviable natural surroundings. The last two years have created an unprecedented focus on health, leading to a focus on the holistic wellness of mind, body and soul. A recent American Express study showed that 68 percent of world travelers said they are likely to base their next trip on improving their mental well-being.…

06 December, 2021
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A seller asks – Should I take my house off the market for the holidays? Answer – No! The holidays are actually a great time to be on the market. Why? Two reasons come to mind. Because most people have their homes looking great and festive during the holidays, so it can show really well; and, because the people out looking at this time of the year are serious buyers, not tire kickers. Now, the seller may argue back that…

27 October, 2021
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There is no more Mexican holiday in Mexico than the Day of the Dead. For most Mexicans, this day is more than a celebration that is crossed off the calendar, or one of many periodic occasions for rejoicing and jamming: September 15, the Guadalupe-Reyes marathon, Holy Week, San Valentin, the quinceañeras, the fairs, the festivities. Day of the Dead is unique and has a deep meaning.   What does Day of the Dead mean? In Mexico, it is believed that…

30 August, 2021
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Updated: September 1, 2021. Hurricane Nora left human tragedies and substantial material damages over the weekend after torrential rains and heavy winds in Puerto Vallarta and many more places in the state of Jalisco, including Cihuatlán, La Huerta, Tomatlán, Ciudad Guzmán and more. In Puerto Vallarta, two rivers burst, destroying a bridge Downtown, flooding roads and bringing a building to collapse. Pictures and videos show flooding, felled trees, damaged roads and power lines across several states. As always, the community…

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