Puerto Vallarta Malecon Papantla Flyers Voladores


The Danza de los Voladores is a native religious manifestation of Mesoamerica. Its origins date back to the Middle Preclassic Mesoamerican, we found representations of this ritual in the funeral ceramics of the cultures of the West (Colima, Jalisco and Nayarit). He then moved to other villages, most likely related to the gladiatorial sacrifice and fertility cults. Survives today among the Nahua and Totonac of the Sierra Norte de Puebla and Veracruz Totonacapan.

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Museo Nacional de la Máscara, San Luis Potosi, Mexico


The National Mask Museum is a museum located the Mexican city of San Luis Potosi, which is dedicated to protecting and promoting heritage ritual dance with masks of Mexico from the pre-Hispanic period to the present. It is located in an old mansion on the Plaza del Carmen, which became federal property in 1907 and housed the museum since 1982. The permanent collection contains about 1300 pieces, the largest of Mexico, and is composed almost masks entirety and Mexican dance costumes.

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Mahi Mahi Fresco, w/ Mango Salsa at Casa Amanecer, Sayulita, RIVIERA NAYARIT, MEXICO


This hillside jungle retreat overlooks the north river valley with panoramic views from the mountain down to the ocean. A comfortable five minute walk takes you to town or to the beach. Casa Amanecer was designed by an artist and is a refreshing design of tropical living. This villaacclimates its visitors beautifully to the natural ebnvironment. The upstairs kitchen, living area, and half bathroom is covered with a huge pala`pa allowing to take advantage of the open air and ocean breeze.

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Museo de Seda/Wax Museum, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico


A wax museum or waxworks usually consists of a collection of wax sculptures representing famous people from history and contemporary personalities exhibited in lifelike poses, wearing real clothes.

Some wax museums have a special section dubbed the “Chamber of Horrors”, in which the more grisly exhibits are displayed. Some collections are more specialized, as, for example, collections of wax medical models once used for training medical professionals. Many museums or displays in historical houses that are not wax museums as such use wax figures as part of their displays.

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Kid rips up the Hurricane/Huracán Jova surf in Sayulita, Riviera Nayarit, Mexico


Hurricane Jova was a powerful Pacific hurricane that made landfall over Jalisco, Mexico. The tenth tropical depression and named storm, ninth hurricane, and fifth major hurricane of the 2011 Pacific hurricane season, Jova developed from an area of showers and thunderstorms that became better organized in early October.

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SAYULITA SURF LESSONS, RIVIERA NAYARIT, MEXICO


There is evidence of the presence of surfing for over 500 years in the islands of Polynesia. The English explorer James Cook reached the Hawaiian Islands in 1778.

On the other hand in northern Peru, local cultures left traces that show men going up waves. The figurines are pre-Inca ceramics and one of them clearly shows a man on a tree or something similar in attitude to slide on a wave.

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“GET UP, STAND UP”, SURF LESSONS in SAYULITA, RIVIERA NAYARIT, MEXICO


Se tiene constancia de la presencia del surf desde hace más de 500 años en las islas de Polinesia. El explorador inglés James Cook llegó a las islas Hawái en 1778.

Por otro lado en el norte del Perú, las culturas locales dejaron trazas que muestran a hombres remontando olas. Los huacos son cerámicas preincaicas y en uno de ellos se muestra claramente a un hombre sobre un madero o algo similar en actitud de deslizarse sobre una ola.4 Esto indicaría que todo comenzó en América del Sur,

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The Mystical Gypsy Dancer


The styles of Gypsy dance vary depending on the country. International festivals are a form of “traveling” through Europe. Spanish Gypsies dance flamenco, Bulgarian groups do belly dance, and so on. Gypsies have always perfectly interpreted indigenous folklore and added oriental movements and unexpected nuances to it

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ARCANO en el MALECON, PUERTO VALLARTA, JALISCO, MEXICO


With 16 albums now, Arcano has positioned itself as one of the greatest exponents of instrumental music in the country. Erika on violin and Vick on synthesizers, have achieved a unique sound result of a fusion of acoustic and electro.

In each of his albums you’ll find a harmonious blend of different genres and styles that will amaze you. The ability to convey emotions through his music is exquisite.

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KITE SURFING 2012, BUCERIAS, RIVIERA NAYARIT, MEXICO

Kiteboarding or kitesurfing (also sometimes called kiteboarding, or flysurfing) is a sliding sport that involves the use of a traction kite (kite, English), which pulls the athlete (kiter) for four or five lines, two fixed to the bar (direction), and the two or three remaining (power) pass through the center of the bar and attached to the body by a harness, allowing hydroplane using a table or ski Wakeboard type It designed for this purpose.

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