What Screams Mexico to Me

I love a celebration!  OH how I wish I was in Mexico this week; September 16th is Independence Day. Nothing would make me happier than to experience the festivities. REALLY, what could be better than an authentic Mexican Independence Day Fiesta! Since I can’t be there, I;ve made a photo fiesta to honor and celebrate Independence Day with mis amigos about what screams or cries (el grito) Mexico to me. VIVA MEXICO!

1. The kindness, generosity and hospitality of the Mexican people can be seen in their faces and screams Mexico to me:

you can see it in their faces

2. Papel Picado- the folk art perforated tissue paper used to decorate fiestas screams Mexico to me:

Picado papel -Mexican Folkart

3.  Mexican Cuisine is listed as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity and screams Mexico to me:

Mexican cuisine

4. Talavera- a type of  hand painted Mexican pottery from Puebla screams Mexico to me:

Talavera- Mexican pottery

5.  These dolls in heritage dress representing some of the states in Mexico screams Mexico to me:

heritage dolls from Mexico

6. Luchadores- Mexican wrestling masks scream Mexico to me:

Luchadores-wrestling masks

7.  Mariachi music screams Mexico to me:



8. The Mayan ruins and Chichen Itza, one of Mexico’s 37 World Heritage Sites screams Mexico to me:

Chichen Itza

9. Alebrijes, the brightly painted folk art carvings from Oaxaca scream Mexico to me:

Alebrijes from Oaxaca

10. Huichol art made with tiny beads screams Mexico to me:

huichol art

Those are just some of the things that scream Mexico to me!  OH, I almost forgot— good Tequila REALLY screams Mexico to me:

A todos mis amigos de Mexico…

mmmmm.... Tequila with SangritaQue tengan un lindo dia de Independencia!

Besitos y Abrazones!

Viva Mexico!


 What screams Mexico to you?


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One Response to “What Screams Mexico to Me”

  1. September 17, 2011 at 11:56 am #

    Great list. You’ll have to come to Santa Fe. We can offer most of the things you mentioned- we just don’t have the ancient Mayan sites- but we have some of our own.
    Mark your calendar and go down next September 16th and join the fun!

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