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© Suzanne BarbezatChocolate SkullsIf you didn't grow up with the tradition of Day of the Dead, it may be difficult to understand this Mexican holiday. Images of skulls, skeletons and coffins strike many as morbid, and the fact that they are portrayed in a playful way may be even more baffling. Some people don't really grasp the meaning of the holiday until they've experienced it in Mexico. Others may feel an immediate connection with the customs surrounding Day of the Dead, and incorporate its traditions into their own lives. To grasp the meaning of this holiday, it helps to understand its origins and history, which you can read about here: Day of the Dead Origins and History....Read Full Post

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This little book is just the right size to tuck into your glove compartment or even into a large shirt pocket. Wildlife of the Yucatan Peninsula: The Explorer Family's Guide and Journal is a collection, divided into three color-coded sections, of fifty photos of marine life, mammal life, and bird life that you may encounter in the Yucatan Peninsula...

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As the autumn season arrives in Mexico, areas by the coasts are usually warm, but it's worth noting that areas inland -- many of which are situated at high altitude -- get cooler and, during early mornings and after sundown, may also become quite cold.

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href="https://www.facebook.com/International.Living">Facebook, and Google+! My friend Sarah Booth is a real estate investor who lives in Panama. She owns various types of property in several Latin American countries that she rents short-term to vacationers and others. These visitors come to spend a week or two...or even a month or more...in one of her seaside apartments in Mexico, or in her longer-term rental in Panama City, or in one of the casitas she has built on the grounds of her home at Playa Coronado on the coast about 70 minutes from Panama City.You're reading Operator, This is Love Calling… by International Living, originally posted on InternationalLiving.com. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow International Living on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+!

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Mexico’s geographical territory is composed of a diverse topography including coastal plains, temperate highlands and extensive mountain ranges which climb to heights of over 10,000 feet above sea level. This diversity gives rise to a range of different climate zones . . .

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By Monica Rix PaxsonUntil I began to research breasts cosmetic surgery, I was kind of snotty about it. I figured that most of the women who wanted breast implants were seeking double Ds to please a husband or boyfriend. Although breast enlargement is the most common procedure, in truth it is more often women who want a more natural looking change, from an A-cup to a C. Breast enlargement is considered safe and so common it is a routine surgery these days and implants are safer than ever . . .

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Day of the Dead is fast approaching and if you'll be celebrating this holiday in Mexico, you'll find plenty to see and do, particularly if you've chosen to spend it in one of our recommended Day of the Dead destinations....Read Full Post

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Mexico’s communications network is one of the most well developed in all of Latin America. This convenience comes at a price, as telephone costs in Mexico are relatively expensive. There are alternatives to chose from, and if you know where to look and how to buy, you can save a lot of money...

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Due to changes at the Lukeville/Nogales border crossings, the publisher of the Mexico Road Logs has made updates to four of its publications. If you have purchased a copy of any of these Road Logs from Mexperience, your complimentary updated edition is available now for immediate download from your Media Library on Mexperience...

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Most people who want or need affordable healthcare don’t know what services are available to them in Mexico, and they are also unsure about how to go about accessing those services, how to engage with the process of getting healthcare in Mexico, how much it will cost, etc. . .

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Question: What holidays are big in Mexico? Answer: Oh boy, judging by the joy and noise, Mexicans celebrate dozens of giant holidays. Most any excuse is good for a day off from work, a neighborhood fiesta and late-night fireworks. The Day of the Dead is not a conventional holiday but it is an intriguing cultural event. My Mexican friends describe it as beautiful, magical, mystical, religious and pagan — all at the same time...

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One of Mexico’s most important religious holidays is celebrated on All Saint’s Day (Nov 1) and All Soul’s Day (Nov 2): Dia de los Muertos (sometimes called Dia de los Fieles Difuntos) – Day of the Dead. Traditionally, November 1st honors deceased children and November 2nd honors deceased adults.

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The phrase "Mexican beer" can bring to mind sipping an ice cold Corona on the beach, enjoying a michelada cocktail on a leafy plaza, or sharing the seasonal Noche Buena brew with friends during the winter holidays. In any case, the quality of Mexican beer is recognized and appreciated throughout the world. And Mexico's beers can also be used in cooking, lending a depth of flavor to some of autumn's heartiest dishes, including stews and beans...

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This Mexican cheese fondue with chorizo and beer is a beer-laced take on fundido toluqueño, the melted cheese dish named for Toluca, a city known for its excellent chorizo. I remember sitting on the c...

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Dark beer and dried red chiles make this Mexican beef stew a hearty cool weather dish. Add vegetables such as potatoes, chayote and quartered ears of corn to make the guisado de res a one-dish meal. I...

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