Hip Guide to Mexico
Hip Guide to Mexico
Mexico is the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, located just south of the United States. It is a popular tourist destination and travelers will find a wealth of history and culture to explore from sunny beaches to spectacular mountain ranges.
Mexico City is an ancient Mesoamerican city home to the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon.
Guadalajara is the country’s second most popular destination with tequila, mariachi music and charros, or Mexican cowboys.
Monterrey is where you will find museums such as the Museo de Historia Mexicana (Museum of Mexican History), MARCO (Monterrey Museum of Contemporary Art), Metropolitan Museum of Monterrey and the Museum of the Palacio de Gobierno. Cancún, Acapulco, and Puerto Vallarta are also very popular places for North Americans to enjoy a holiday.
Whether you come for a quick visit or extended tour, you will find a wealth of information about destinations here.
The Hip Guide to Mexico offers the highlights of the country, and contains many tips for making your stay here more rewarding.
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With two locations in La Paz, this traditional Mexican restaurant offers high quality meals at reasonable prices.
Ernesto, our waiter, was very friendly and spoke a bit of English. My meal of Tropical Chicken was a treat, chicken breasts stuffed with chipotle cream cheese and covered with Mango sauce. My friend had the Pez del Diablo, fillets with a spicy hot sauce. The meals were preceded by chips and salsas and a bowl of very good vegetarian lentil soup. Two… Continue reading
On the Malecon in La Paz, at the northern end of the town is a small but wonderful Mexican Restaurant named Mariscos Los Laureles. No reservations are needed, the attentive staff will quickly come to your table as soon as you select a place for your party to sit. I recommend the patio in front, for the best view of the sea and to watch the people passing by.
Simply put, I fell in love with this place upon my first visit. That evening I had camarones (shrimp) in a cream sauce with sides of green… Continue reading
Where the mushrooms are grown! Small town full of all kinds of people, about half are hippy foreigners that come to escape from the rush and live amongst others who share their lifestyle. Lots of ruins and jungle to explore.
“I was there maybe 3 years ago and it was the best most beautiful hippy place ever. Hammocks on the beach $1 a night. Grass can be ordered and delivered from ones hammock. Food is great too. Strong waves – watch it! Nice sunsets.”
On the coast of Michoacan, Maruata has been a mecca for some time now. The big Parties are Christmas and Easter. No hotels, only camping. Lots of drums and other music. The locals are Nahuatl Indians, and extremely friendly. Best beach on the West Coast of Mexico.