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Interesting Facts About Mexico

  • Tequila is the national drink of Mexico, made from blue agave. As well as champagne, which can be legally produced only in the wine-growing region in the north-east of France Champagne. Tequila can only be obtained from agave, which grows in certain regions of Mexico. With the increasing popularity of this drink all over the world, Mexico is trying to maintain control over the production of tequila and claims that it is a “geographically dependent product”, which is protected by intellectual property law;

  • Burritos and tacos are a national and very popular food here, based on corn, wheat and even cactus flour cakes. The second component is meat, chicken or vegetables, and beans, all of which are seasoned with spicy chili sauce;

  • Education is also almost completely free in Mexico. They provide a variety of social programs for free, including free food and uniform. Universities pay decent scholarships as well;

  • Mexico City is the oldest city in North America, as well as the city with the highest elevation. In addition, Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world;

  • More than 32% of Mexican citizens are obese, this is one of the highest rates in the world. According to statistics, more people die of drinking sugary drinks in Mexico, than from violent crimes;

  • State symbols of the country are very unusual. For example, the Mexican coat of arms depicts an eagle that holds a snake in its beak while sitting on a cactus. Each of these elements has deep religious roots and was invented by the ancient Aztecs;

  • Every month, Mexicans living in the United States send about $ 2 billion to their relatives in Mexico. These revenues account for almost 3% of the Mexican economy;

  • Drug industry is a real scourge of modern Mexico. Several large drug cartels have been operating here for several decades, and the country itself is considered the main supplier of cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamine to the US underground drug markets;

  • Day of the Dead is perhaps the most popular holiday in the country. Mexicans believe that the souls of their deceased relatives visit their homes, and joyfully meet them. At this time, the streets of Mexican cities are filled with fun, dancing, music, which is very surprising for European tourists. Día de los Muertos is celebrated on November 1st;

  • In Mexico, there are plenty of armed conflicts between rival drug cartels, government forces and the police;

  • Mexico has the strictest firearms laws. There is only one store in the country that sells weapons. It is located in Mexico City and is controlled by the military. To buy a weapon, a citizen must provide recommendations and be prepared for the fact that his past will be studied in detail, he will be fingerprinted and photographed, that is, they will collect all of the information about the person. And only after that he will be given permission to buy only one rifle and one box of ammunition;

  • Most Mexicans have two names at once. For example, Anna Maria or Pedro Carlos;

  • In remote Mexican villages, people often live in simple huts woven from reeds, and for poor families the only piece of furniture in such a house is a hammock hanging in the middle;

  • The official name of Mexico is Estados Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican States). Mexico consists of 31 states and the capital of Mexico City;

  • Mexico, with a population of 122.2 million, is ranked 11th on the list of most populous countries. Mexican citizens make up for 1.67% of the world's population;

  • Modern Mexicans are a unique mixture of the descendants of many civilizations: the Olmecs, Zapotek, Toltec, Maya, Aztec, Inca, French, Spaniards and Africans;

  • The largest North American wildcat, the jaguar, can be found in the southern Mexican jungle;

  • Chihuahua is the smallest dog in the world, it is named after the Mexican state of Chihuahua.


How to Stay Safe in Mexico?


There is a fairly consistent misconception that, from a security point of view, Mexico is not the best country to visit, and that it is better not to go there. In fact, this is far from the case: according to some data, the probability of being attacked here is about 30% lower than in Spain, and 5 times less than in what is considered “calm” Canada. However, you still have to be careful when going to Mexico.


Places that are best not to visit

Most of the major cities of Mexico are safe for the tourists. There are very rare cases of robbery, but pickpocketing is pretty common. Therefore, stick with the rules and:

  • Do not carry large sums of money and other valuables;

  • Just in case, have certified copies of documents (passports, etc.), and the originals are best kept in a hotel safe;

  • Be especially attentive when traveling in public transport.

  • If something happens, you should immediately contact the police officer, who can be seen here without exaggeration at every corner.


It is better not to visit some areas of the country. First of all, try to keep as far as possible from the ones along which the land border with the United States passes, especially the city of Tijuana, which is rightly considered the criminal capital of the country. There are gangs involved in smuggling illegal immigrants into the US, and at the same time they are involved in drug trafficking and arms supplies.


In addition, it is better not to go to slum areas even in relatively safe cities, especially at night. But the central streets are brightly lit at night, life is in full swing: there are many restaurants at night, night clubs, and walking from such an establishment to a hotel on foot at night can be completely safe. At the same time using a taxi can be dangerous, because private taxi drivers might try to steal your money. The solution is pretty simple: it is best to call a taxi from the hotel,  only use the services of large companies, do not take a car from private owners.




In Mexico, tourists sometimes become victims of “intellectual fraud”: a virus can be launched into the ATM or a pad replaced to read all the data from the card and withdraw funds from it. To ensure the security of your money in Mexico, you should use ATMs installed in branches of well-known banks, or take money directly at the cashier’s office.


Road safety


What you should definitely refrain from is driving from one city to another on a rented car at night, since there is a possibility that it will simply be taken away. When refueling a car at a gas station, one should not lose vigilance: a very common type of fraud is underfilling gasoline.


As for traveling in Mexico by car, there are two types of tracks: paid and free. On paid routes, you will good coverage, orderly traffic, in a word, the driver should not expect any problems. As for free tracks, the road surface is slightly worse, and drivers have a more “free” driving style here. On such roads, “speed bumps” are often found, (so you should use the navigator) and there are very few road signs.


In cities, most streets have one-way traffic. The main problems are to turn around (the streets are rather narrow) and park. You should use paid parking, because it is a lot more safe. If you decide to use free parking, then there is a possibility that you might not find your car when you return. It is safe to leave the car in the hotel parking lot or near shopping centers. You should also be ready for many hours of traffic jams, because there are a lot of drivers.


Natural hazard


The nature of Mexico can really give an unpleasant surprise, and do at the most unexpected moment. The fact is that there are very strong hurricanes, and they happen quite often - about 17-18 times a year. For security purposes, it is better to come to Mexico in the dry season, that is, from the beginning of November to the end of March or even to mid-April: during this period the likelihood of a hurricane is the lowest.


In addition, you should be careful when resting at the sea. Watch out for:

  • Sea urchins. It is very painful to step on them, besides, some of their species are poisonous. Beaches belonging to hotels and famous resorts are usually cleaned from hedgehogs in the mornings, but on more secluded beaches it is possible to stumble upon them in the coastal strip;

  • Manti and electric ramps. They are happy to rest in the coastal zone. To avoid meeting with these creatures, you need to enter the water gently, slightly overwhelming the legs and as if fingering the water in front of you. If you see a manta floating near the shore, you should keep away from the water. These beings are much larger than a man in size and weight, and it is difficult to imagine the feelings of someone who will suddenly be thrown at such a machine;

  • Another natural danger that can be avoided is the collision with cacti. The fact is that some varieties of these plants scatter their seeds during flowering, whose effects on human skin are similar to those of glass wool. Therefore, if you are going on a trip where you can meet flowering cacti, it is better to wear long pants and a shirt with long sleeves.



Mexican food is spicy, so for those who have problems with the digestive organs, it’s better to not try Mexican national dishes. However, you don’t have to worry about starving, because  Mexico has a lot of restaurants that offer food, that is more familiar to European stomachs.


Everything About Mexican Brides and Family

There are many well-established stereotypes about what the Mexican family is and the relationship between Mexican spouses. A huge role in this was played by the Mexican series, which the film industry of the country publishes in abundance every year. The average Mexican woman, from the point of view of an American and a European, is always pregnant with a bunch of children, an earnest Catholic who suffers from her husband’s jealousy or from her own jealousy. She has a bad figure, but loves tight-fitting clothes, combining bright makeup and a terrible taste in clothes, and most importantly, firmly attached family-related responsibilities to the family hearth. However, most of this isn’t true.


In fact, the role of women in Mexican society and in the Mexican family has changed significantly in recent years. The woman has always been the boss in the house and looked over the children, but lately the Mexicans have been increasingly seen in responsible work. Already on the border of Mexico, you can immediately see women, who are customs officers and drug police officers, and further inland you will see a number of female employees in many services and offices of companies. In Mexico, there are a lot more female drivers and female taxi drivers than in most European countries. On the one hand, this can be interpreted as a vivid manifestation of emancipation, on the other hand, Mexico is still a rather poor country, and women often have to do a lot of work themselves.


 All this, however, does not negate the features of the traditional Mexican family, which is still steadily preserved in Mexican society. An ordinary family in Mexico — the Mexican family is not only husband, wife, and children, but also necessarily parents, and, besides, a big number of relatives. Relatives in the Mexican family, as a rule, are tightly connected by common family traditions, they often communicate, participate in each other’s life, and are very close to each other.


A wedding in Mexico is a bright event in which all relatives and friends participate: some make a guest list, others come up with a cake design, and so on. The celebration usually takes place in the open air, as it is difficult to accommodate such a number of guests in the room. In the center is built platform for newlyweds. The invitees are seated around so that everyone can see everything. The priest conducts the rite. The groom gives the bride 13 gold coins, which symbolize Jesus Christ and the apostles. A young lasso is wrapped around the neck of the young, as a sign of eternal love. Then they set a table on the platform for a new family. The Mexican bride wears a handbag during the wedding, where those who wish to put money for the right to dance with her to the fiery mariachi songs. And the triumph ends in the morning, when guests jump into the pool.


In a traditional Mexican family, a woman does not work, and on her shoulders are responsibilities for housekeeping and raising children. This way of life is gradually becoming a thing of the past, but, nevertheless, such a state of affairs is still often encountered in Mexican society. Many men believe that resolving financial issues and feeding the family is a purely male obligation. A man in Mexico is considered strong, but this does not mean that he could repair something in the house by himself. Even such simple things as hammering a nail or adjusting a doorknob involve calling the master. Men in Mexico, as a rule, can’t do such work themselves. And that’s why most of the Mexican women prefer foreigners.


In Mexican families, such a feature as the special solidarity of the female half of the family is very pronounced. All women in the family are very close to each other, they trust and share with each other all of the secret. Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law do not behave like rivals, they find a common language and become close friends. Mother-in-law plays a very large role in the families of Mexico, as they take a very active part in the life of their sons and after their marriage.


The stereotype about the bright make-up, which is used by Mexican brides, is actually close to reality. The women here are very bright, they wear bright makeup, and they do not look vulgar with it. Women in Mexico really want to get married, because they are tired of loneliness, plus being single is not very prestigious. However, Mexican woman expects quite a lot from her future husband. A man should be handsome, rich, intelligent, loving, kind, etc. All of these qualities fits the description of a foreigner pretty well. And all those intrigues in which soap operas abound are not so far from the truth, Mexicans are ready to seek the love of a worthy man. After all, even in the plots of the heroine’s serials, they do not fight for the love of an alcoholic, who recently got out of prison for murdering his wife.


Mexicans brides are fantastic mothers. They are crazy about kids,; even in poor Mexican families, children's holidays are handled elegantly and in a big way. Indeed, one can say that the tacit motto of Mexican families - “all the best is to children” - is the starting point around which the life of the family is built. The love for children, which is demonstrated by Mexican parents can not be measured by anything, children enjoy complete freedom and bathe in boundless love. Large families in Mexico are found mainly in villages, most of the city couple usually have one or two kids, less often - three. Children must take part in all family celebrations and events. Mexicans do not punish their children, moreover, they support them at pretty much everything.


Parents maintain close relationships with children throughout their lives, regardless of age. The situation in which parental custody at some point disappears from the life of a child is practically impossible in Mexican families. Parents are very hard on the period when children are going to start their own families and leave the parental home. Special care is given to boys who remain connected for life with their mothers. As noted above, the mother-in-law is very actively involved in the life of his adult married sons, and this is not considered something wrong. Love and custody in Mexican families is not one-sided and is not directed only from parents to children. Children also take care of their father and mother all their lives, often see them, if necessary take them to their new family to care for them. All in all, Mexican women are just ideal if you want to build a happy family and raise a child.


Why are Mexican Brides Into Foreigners?


  • Intelligence. Foreigners are known for their intelligence. It’s no surprise that Mexican brides want to live with an intelligent man that knows a way out of any situation and is always read to give a useful advice;

  • Loyalty. This is very important for both foreign men and Mexican women. They feel like they should have only one partner and love each other sincerely;

  • Self-development. Foreigners always find time to make themselves better, their body better, and they never stop. For example, they set a goal for themselves, and will follow it until they accomplish what they want. And this process is going to repeat over and over;

  • Care. They really know how to care about women and how to make happy at any minute;

  • Good-looking. Most of the foreigners are good-looking, and Mexican brides fall in love with their appearance.

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