Day of the Dead

The celebration of the Day of the Dead is one of the most ancient and well represented traditions of Mexico. This celebration is where the living reunites with the dead, were we welcome our loved ones back “home” and honor them with offerings such as favorite foods, drinks, savory treats, and lively music. This serves as a reminder to us left on earth that death is only a transition to eternity.

The Sugar Skull

  • The practice and tradition of the sugar skulls dates back over 3,000 years, linked back to the Aztecs, Mayans and Toltecas among others. To share some ...

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