The Trans Sierra Norte is a multi-day endurance mountain bike race that finishes in Oaxaca City ad the culmination of the Day of the Dead fiesta. This video tracks one rider’s emotional journey on this fascinating race.
As if you needed any more motivation to visit Mexico, here’s a short video that will give you more.
The southern Mexican state of Chiapas is one of the country’s most colourful, which is quite a feat in a nation which is already pretty colourful. Watch this video and you’ll want to be book a ticket to be on the next plane there.
Apart from the people, the most amazing thing about Mexico is the food. It’s no wonder that traditional Mexican cuisine on UNESCO’s intangible heritage list.
In time for Cinco de Mayo is this video that will get your mouth salivating as you witness the many delicious-looking foods that can be had in the the streets of Mexico City. Your bonus link is this guide on how to properly hold a taco, and other Mexican foods.
Mexico City is the oldest capital city in the Americas. Its founding dates back to 1325 under the Aztecs. It later became the capital of New Spain in the 16th century and has remained the country’s capital since independence.
Mexico’s beaches are a welcome respite for Canadians fed up with a cold winter, but the country offers more than sunshine. It’s colours, culture, food and people are what make it a special destination. Enjoy these views of people who have visited or live there: