It was San Luis de Potosí, the first to use this garment thanks to the work of the Chichimecas and Pames. These were made with braided palm in a pointed shape, high cup and wide brim. From there and little by little it would be popularized until reaching the rank that it has today: being one of the symbols that best represent Mexico. 👒 . . . #mexicolors#tulummexico
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Octavio Paz Lozano[a] (March 31, 1914 – April 19, 1998) was a Mexican poet and diplomat. For his body of work, he was awarded the 1981 Miguel de Cervantes Prize, the 1982 Neustadt International Prize for Literature, and the 1990 Nobel Prize in Literature. . . . . #mexicolors#tulummexico
After you drink coffee☕️, the caffeine is absorbed into your bloodstream. From there, it travels to your brain In the brain🧠, caffeine blocks the inhibitory neurotransmitter adenosine. When this happens, the amount of other neurotransmitters like norepinephrine and dopamine increases, leading to enhanced firing of neurons. . . . . #mexicolors#tulummexico
This complex of awesome pyramids☀️🌙, set amid what was once Mesoamerica’s greatest city, is the region’s most visited destination. The sprawling site compares to the ruins of the Yucatán and Chiapas for significance and anyone lucky enough to come here will be inspired by the astonishing technological might of the Teotihuacán (teh-oh-tee-wah-kahn) civilization. #teotihuacan#cafecito☕️💀
Guanajuato is a central Mexican state known as the birthplace of the country’s independence. Its namesake capital is home to the Alhóndiga de Granaditas granary, where the first battle with 19th-century Spain was fought. #cafecito☕️💀 #mexico
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Cafecito is the best Mexican coffee. ☕️ #cafecito💀
Jicama, sometimes referred to as yam bean, Mexican turnip, or Mexican potato, is an edible root vegetable native to Mexico. In Central America, jicama is often sold by street vendors and commonly eaten raw, and seasoned with lemon or lime juice and chili powder. #cafecito 💀☕️ #ciudaddeméxico
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Coffee is a beverage that puts one to sleep when not drank. ☕️ #cafecito💀 #coffee
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They’re arguably the most popular of the Mexican hot chilies, they tend to be fairly easy to find. They’re also quite easy to work with, and can be adjusted in terms of heat by leaving or removing the loose seeds inside the pepper.🌶 #cafecito💀 #mexico
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The coffee plant 🌱has red fruits the size of small cherries. Within these is the coffee seed. The grains of the coffee plant measure approximately 1 centimeter. In one of its parts the grain is flat and the other side is curved, with a line that crosses it. When extracted from the plant the grains are light brown and after the roasting process they turn dark brown☕️ #cafecito💀 #mexico ...
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Coffee trees🌿🌱 are pruned short to conserve their energy and aid in harvesting, but can grow to more than 30 feet high. Each tree is covered with green, waxy leaves growing opposite each other in pairs. Coffee cherries grow along the branches.☕️ #cafecito💀 #coffe
The costume of Chiapaneca is a traditional costume that has its origin in the city of Chiapa de Corzo . It is usually described as a typical costume from Chiapas , despite the fact that in this Mexican state there is a great diversity of traditional dresses. The suit consists of a satin blouse with a semicircular neckline, a flight of tulle with flowers embroidered on a petatillo with silk threads and colored acrylics. The skirt is also long and very wide satin, even today is seen by the world of fashion as a piece of international stature for its ...
Sayulita breathes an international air. It also has a vibe similar to that promulgated in the sixties: love and peace, meeting nature in a friendly and relaxed environment, where you will also find international surfing events, art galleries🏖 #cafecito#sayulitanayarit
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The typical fine Mexico coffee☕️is analogous to a good light white wine delicate in body, with a pleasantly dry, acidy snap. ... However, some Mexico coffees, particularly those from high growing regions in Chiapas, rival the best Guatemala coffees in high-grown power and complexity.🇲🇽 #cafecito . . . . #smile
Chiapa de Corzo is one of the most beautiful towns in Chiapas. It is well known for the Grijalva River, its Renaissance structures, warm people, colors everywhere you look and its impressive natural wonders, such as El Cañón del Sumidero or the 1,000 meter (3,000 feet) long walls where you can find caves and waterfalls.⛪️ #cafecito#mexico . . . . . .