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Mexicans celebrate New Year's Eve by eating a grape with each of the twelve chimes of a clock's bell
during the midnight countdown, while making a wish with each one.
Mexican families decorate homes and parties in colors that represent
wishes for the upcoming year: red encourages an overall improvement of
lifestyle and love, ...
It's that time of year again!! Even in the Caribbean, Christmas is celebrated! Many dinners and events are going on tonight and tomorrow! Here a some Menu samples and a couple of the events going on!
Wickey's will be hosting dinners on December 24th and 25th! No reservations are required!
Go to Zenzi's tonight for ...
You read all the hype about the Mayan calendar, the end of days, the impending apocalypse... right? Well, so did we and watched with much amusement as everyone outside of the Mayan world made their preparations. Some prepared for the end, fearing the worst, stocking their war chests and food pantries. Others traveled to sacred spots to celebrate ...
month marks an historic moment for Mayan
world! December 21, 2012 marks the beginning of a new period called a baktun on the Mayan calendar. The new baktun is an
opportunity for improvement, a chance to start things afresh according to the Mayan. It is the end of one Mayan "world"....
and the ...
Until December 9th, Cozumel invites you to their Scuba Fest in tribute to Cousteau!
For more information, visit their website
Feeling lucky? Put your bets on either Benson Henderson or Nate Diaz for a chance to win big!!
Tequila Barrel invites you on December 8th at 7:00pm to watch the Ultimate Fight Club's Ultimate Lightweight Championship!!
In this basic course, you will experience the unconditional love and connection you have with the universe's Creator. You will also learn how to change behavior patterns that have been deeply entrenched due to your beliefs. Accomplish physical, spiritual and emotional healing by taking the Thetahealing Course from December 7th to ...
Have you ever wondered what life is like in a Maya village today?
What would it look like? How would the local people really dress, eat,
work, pray and go about their daily lives? Are you interested in a
cultural experience more meaningful than a quick stop for souvenirs
orchestrated by a big bus tours on your way home from the ruins. ...
Join us from the 4 - 9 of December at Parque La Ceiba to see and learn more about the mangroves of Quintana Roo.
This is your last chance to see the exhibition!
Once a week, from now until March, Marian Tower will be coming down from Cancun to share new colors, new shapes, and the magic that happens with Manadalas! There will be two different times, to accommodate as many people as possible! Tuesdays : From 10:30 am to 12:00 pm and 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm. You must participate in at least 4 classes, ...