Tipping is woven into the fabric of Mexican trading culture and appropriate in many everyday situations. This article helps you get acquainted with them
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Shoe shine stands, attended by "boleadores," are one of the most traditional forms of street vending furniture that you'll see in towns and cities across Mexico
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You'll become familiar with the phrase "No Hay," which inevitably makes itself apparent at some point when something you want or need isn't available right now
"Febrero loco" is a common Mexican saying that refers to the changeability of the weather as spring begins to emerge from winter across Mexico
Mexico traditionally closes out its festive season known as 'Guadalupe-Reyes' on January 6th —"Día de Reyes"— Kings' Day.
The Guadalupe-Reyes festive period continues after Christmas in Mexico with ample opportunities to celebrate and welcome-in the New Year
The Christmas holiday season in Mexico is a time when friends, family, and traditions fuse together to create an atmosphere that is uniquely Mexican
Mexico has always been a country to assimilate foreign things without giving up its own identity, often putting a particularly Mexican stamp on them