Expression through nude sketching / La expresión del dibujo al desnudo By/Por: Antonio Uribe In addition to being one of the most important architects of ancient Rome, Marco Vitruvio made several treatises and studies, which were re-edited under the admiration of the Renaissance movement of post-medieval Italy towards Greco-Roman culture. Within this environment and ..
Fights & sports: Rage in Mexican culture / Peleas y deportes: Ira en la cultura mexicana There’s something about some Mexican traditions that immediately make us think of ferocity, intensity and rage. And, if we analyze it, there are many aspects of the history of our country that, just like others, trace a timeline of ..
More than a hobby or distraction, whale watching has become a wonderful experience that you can’t miss on your next trip to Los Cabos. This activity consists of observing in their natural habitat the different types of whales that migrate every year to this beautiful destination of Baja California Sur, provided it is for ..
Día de Muertos (or Day of the Dead) is a celebration that takes place in Mexico since pre-Columbian times with the intention of honoring the loved ones who have died. It takes place on November 2nd to honor the adults who have perished and November 1st(generally referred to as Día de los Angelitos, or ..
By / Por: Marcos Radosh Being gay is not a choice, but we can decide how we live it, and we have to celebrate that there are places where we choose to express it loud and proud. ArtSpaceMéxico is born as a stand against exclusion and marginalization. A project that shows how we’re ..
Marine Species in Los Cabos By Jesus Albavera Alvarez There is such a host of marine species in Los Cabos that you can’t see them all in just one visit. Some of the most characteristic marine residents you can find in this tourist destination are: blue marlin, snapper, grouper, tarpon, rooster fish, among others. You ..
Cenotes, sacred springs of life in crystal clear water If you’re the type of person that travels looking for new adventures and unique activities we recommend visiting the Route of the Cenotes near Puerto Morelos and swimming in the crystal clear waters of these beautiful caves that can be found in the heart of the ..
Mayan Culture: Ball game Playing with a ball is something that has transcended cultures over generations and has diversified in unimaginable ways. But what was the way our ancient civilizations played with it? The Mayans called their ball game “Pitz”. It was the first sport in the history of mankind and started around ..
Natural Parks of the Mexican Caribbean There is nothing better than spending your holidays enjoying the amazing natural parks that the Mexican Caribbean has to offer. Xcaret, Xel-Ha and Xplor are some of many parks that offer exclusive activities and attractions in Cancun and the Riviera Maya. Within the different parks along the Riviera Maya ..
Mayan culture: KukulkanGod Kukulkan is a Mayan culture deity whose name in Spanish is translated as Feathered Serpent, one of the most important deities of Mesoamerica that is related to the wind and water. Many researchers throughout history have come to say that it is the same God of the Aztec culture, called Quetzalcoatl, ..
In the northern hemisphere the March equinox marks the start of spring and has long been celebrated as a time of rebirth. At the ruined temple city of Chichén Itzá, the creators of the El Castillo pyramid devised a quirk that would shine on for centuries longer than Mayan civilisation. Such is the pyramid’s architectural ..
The Sacred Mayan Journey is a ritual in which the Maya braved the ocean on their canoes and crossed to Cozumel to worship the goddess Ixchel. More than 1000 years ago, people from all over the Land of the Maya carried out a yearly pilgrimage to worship the goddess Ixchel. This ritual began days before in the ..