The excitement builds as Mexico City, and the entire country, prepares to celebrate Independence Day and its 200th anniversary of independence from Spain.
Mardi Gras celebrations in Mexico aren't as huge (or as naked) as they are in New Orleans or Rio, but the annual parade in Ajijic had its madcap moments.
We hike up Mt. Chupanya in Ajijic, Mexico to celebrate the annual Virgin of Guadalupe Festival with fireworks, camping, tripe soup, and more.
In Guadalajara Mexico, culinary school students bake a 1,500 foot long Rosca de Reyes cake to celebrate Three Kings Day shortly after Christmas.
July 4 celebrations in the US including Mount Rushmore fireworks, Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, and the High Sierra Music Festival.
Celebrating the 188th birthday of Tula, Mexico with street parties, banda music, free beer, amazing people, and a rodeo.
Cinco de Mayo is really no big deal in most of Mexico except in the city of Puebla where it's a very big deal indeed.