Saturday, June 15, 2024

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“The vibrant capital of Veracruz is also full of jalapeños. Some are growing on bushes while others are walking to school, texting a friend, or making coffee. Because in Xalapa, the term jalapeño refers to both the pepper and the people who were born there.”

Bethany Platanella, Writer

What’s a jalapeño? It’s not always what you think
The magic of Mexican language is filled with hidden meanings – not least the second definition of a jalapeño.
What’s a jalapeño? It’s not always what you think
The magic of Mexican language is filled with hidden meanings – not least the second definition of a jalapeño.
Why it’s easy to love Xalapa like Ulysses S. Grant
The oft-overlooked Veracruz capital is a riot of history, food, music and nature waiting to welcome visitors into its arms.
Why it’s easy to love Xalapa like Ulysses S. Grant
The oft-overlooked Veracruz capital is a riot of history, food, music and nature waiting to welcome visitors into its arms.

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DON’T MISS THIS MUSEUM:

Xalapa’s anthropology museum is a must-see in Veracruz
The museum displays an impressive collection of pre-Hispanic artifacts from the region, including the famous Olmec colossal heads.
Xalapa’s anthropology museum is a must-see in Veracruz
The museum displays an impressive collection of pre-Hispanic artifacts from the region, including the famous Olmec colossal heads.

Photo of the day

Beautiful streets of San Miguel de Allende | Photo from @didierpalomo


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