In our March Newsletter we introduced you all to our virtual event of ‘Paint your own ‘alebrije’….the very typical Mexican art form of painting these small figurines in beautiful colours and which are so loved by Mexicans themselves and make excellent room gifts for clients. The class offered created quite some interest among our clients and we are featuring it again in our April Newsletter for those who perhaps did not see it before and would like to offer it to clients….or even get a group together at the office and take the class yourself! Coupled with this we are offering a second virtual event of ‘Make your own Mexican taco’. Nothing could be more emblematic of Mexican cuisine than the taco. Mexicans love their tacos and the variety to be found all round the country is incredible. So, why not join us for a fun time learning how to prepare your own taco with a real expert and then sit down and enjoy your ‘little taste of Mexico’.
In this issue of our newsletter we would like to showcase the artistry of our artisans, whose skill was portrayed in “Coco”, a beautiful story built around the world-famous “Day of the Dead”, which is celebrated in Mexico in the month of November. Those of you who have seen the film will know that Important characters in this film are the “Alebrijes”.
These beautiful figures carved in wood, mainly in copal, represent imaginative fusions of different animals, resulting in a unique chimera, decorated with strident colors that give this type of art an ideal touch.
Learn how to make Mexican tacos in your own home by using ingredients easy to find in local grocery stores. Our famous chef will teach you how to prepare Mexican street-style tacos from scratch, imagine being able to make your own tortillas, salsa and filling at home! This virtual experience aims to bring part of Mexican culture to any place in the world while offering a bonding experience for your participants.
This private online cooking class can be customized and offered to 1-100 guests. For more information or a quote, please feel free to contact us at: email@example.com
In Los Cabos, which encompasses the coastal towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, tourism is the heartbeat of the region; it not only comprises 80% of the local economy, but also 90% of residents rely on the industry in some form.
ATLANTA and LOS CABOS, Mexico – Sharecare, the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place, and the Los Cabos Tourism Board announced that Los Cabos – the region located along a 20-mile corridor on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula – has achieved Sharecare health security verification, becoming the world’s first VERIFIED travel destination.
Austrian Airlines announced the opening of flights between Vienna, Austria, to Cancun, Mexico, for next winter.
According to the Austrian airline, the services will be carried out from October 24, 2021, with two weekly flights (Thursday and Sunday).
“People long for vacations. That's why we will focus on attractive long-haul destinations in the upcoming winter flight schedule. I am sure that by then many people will have been vaccinated to make travel easier once again,” said Austrian's commercial director Michael Trestl.
As of May, United Airlines resumes more than 100% of its flights throughout Latin America, which means that it will maintain more flights than it had in 2019 during the same period to Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America.
In addition to offering service to 20 cities in Mexico from Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York / Newark, San Francisco and Washington DC, the airline will be celebrating during this 2021, 40 years of service to Cancun, Cozumel and Guadalajara.