Oaxaca is a taste sensation
Consider the artsy, ancient, high-altitude city of Oaxaca (pronounced "wah-HAH-kah") in the southwestern part of Mexico. It's difficult to spell, but easy to love.
In the stateliest of Spanish colonial traditions, Oaxaca City is an architectural gem, filled with fantastic museums, magical festivals, colorful handicrafts, pre-Columbian ruins and baroque churches encrusted with gold.
The Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) celebrations in Mexico developed from ancient traditions among its pre-Columbian cultures. The origins of this Mexican holiday have been traced back to an Aztec Festival hundreds of years ago.
Sun Country Airlines just announced a new route between Portland, Oregon and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Cabo San Lucas is a Mexican resort destination, which is located at the tip of Baja California. It is a warm and sunny destination, so the seasonal route should be popular among those living in and around Portland.
This event has been created to allow guests to experience the best of local and international cuisine, wine, tequila and mezcal with world-class golf in this unique and exclusive destination that is Punta Mita.
The memorable experience has been built around food, wine, tequila and golf and will take place November 14th through November 17th, 2019. With guest chefs and winemakers from Mexico and abroad, this is also the perfect opportunity to play Jack Nicklaus’s world-class courses Bahia and Pacifico.
• The peninsula invites you to celebrate its journey and the many achievements of the past two decades from December 6-8. There will be exquisite experiences representing the destination’s key pillars: gastronomy, fashion, and art.