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added on 28/09/2011 by: MexicanAtHeart
Personal blog aimed at sharing experiences that one can encounter in Mexico. It is fueled by a passion for Mexico, from a young American womans perspective. The objective is to help others recognize all the positive things Mexico has to offer and to open their mind in contrast to misconceptions that plague Mexico. Mexicana at Heart.com exhibits the hidden beauty that Mexico encompasses and brings light to the people, sounds, sights, smells, colors, and everything that makes this country truly unique. This blog also strives to be motivation for young people to follow their passion, whatever it may be and wherever it may take them.
 tags: american, passion, travel, young

 Latest posts on Mexican at Heart

My Bachelorette Party in Cancun #BridesBoat  Posted on 02/27/2015
On February 14th, 2015 I married the Mexican man of my dreams in Puebla, Mexico.  During the wedding planning stages, I had no doubt in my mind what I wanted my day to look like and where it would be — in an hacienda in Puebla....
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A Punta Mita Mexico Holiday  Posted on 09/11/2014
I recently had the fabulous opportunity to go on a Punta Mita Mexico holiday for four days. Escaping on a Mexican Pacific Coast vacation in the middle of May was a real treat for me after so much time of living in the big city and...
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Mexico’s Mayan Ruins: What to See?  Posted on 11/13/2013
When beach lovers think of Mexico, they may automatically think of its perfect position on the Caribbean Sea and the white sandy beaches that can be found at its popular beach resorts, such as Cancun and Playa del Carmen. However, seasoned...
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Discover Mexico  Posted on 10/31/2013
On a holiday to Mexico, you can’t help but be swept up by a sense of the exotic. With white sandy beaches, gently nodding palms and sparkling azure seas, not to mention cloudless blue skies and fantastic hotels gracing the skyline,...
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Falling for Mexico in Guanajuato  Posted on 10/23/2013
View from our room at Boutique Hotel Casa Colorada When I told my Mom I was moving from Puerto Vallarta to Mexico City she was not thrilled. Her idea of Mexico was laying on a beach with endless margaritas and the thought of having to...
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Dia de los Muertos in Queretaro  Posted on 10/04/2013
Looking for a destination in Mexico that delivers the traditions of Dia de los Muertos? I found it in Queretaro State thanks to Hotel Mision’s unique haciendas in off-the-beaten path places. Cemetary in San Juan del Rio, Queretaro In...
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Huamantlada, My Favorite (Really) Mexican Festival  Posted on 08/01/2013
It’s here! It’s here! August is my most favorite month of the year! Why? I travel to Tlaxcala for La Humantlada and running of the bulls! Parade in Huamantla, Tlaxcala Last year (2012) was the first time I visited...
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Off The Grid Paradise in Tolantongo  Posted on 07/15/2013
My friends Aldo and Ray recently started a lifestyle brand called Cholula Nation with another friend of theirs, David.  In a nutshell, Cholula Nation seeks to share  the authentic experiences in Mexico with foreign students...
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Never Leaving the Resort in Playa del Carmen  Posted on 05/19/2013
Waking up to paradise I recently had the pleasure of being a guest at the Hacienda Tres Rios in Playa del Carmen. It was a very last-minute trip planned for my Mom and me. I know that I had just visited the Riviera Maya a month prior, but...
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  • alellis09
    alellis09 14 December 2011 06:23:43

    hello, you sound a lot like me, I lived in Xalapa and will be moving to Mexico City. What do you work in? Do you have any advice on finding work there? I am around your age, too.

  • Ted TC
    Ted TC 03 November 2011 16:10:51

    Hi, I like your blog and write one myself - it is listed on this site, http://nohaybronca.wordpress.com/

    How did you get involved in the Mexico Today program? Do you know if they are hiring more writers? I submitted a story on the webpage but never heard back from them.

    I live near DF and know it fairly well, so if you need some advice let me know.


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