When I first arrived, however, I was immediately struck by how many travelers seem to miss out on what I view as Puerto Vallarta's most noteworthy attraction: its local artisans.
As part of the Caras de Mexico Project, Dustin Fairchild gives us a brief description of how travelling became his lifestyle.
Víctor Ramos describes the history of Tequila: Mexico's National Drink.
Jeffrey Obser from Mapa Jeff’s Maps of Mexico writes about the meaning of Mexico for him.
As part of the Caras de Mexico Project, the author, Patagonia, gives us a brief description of how Mexicans are perceived abroad.
For the social experiment Caras de México, Jorge Chávez analogizes the similarity between football and our society.
Alex Gomez talks about his experience living in Canada and how became a Mexican again.
Gabriela Escandón talks about her experience of living in Switzerland and how difficult it has been adapting again to Mexico.
Ana Chávez talks about her experience as a mother in Mexico.
Monica Venegas speaks a bit of all aspects that define us as Mexicans.
Sophie Regimbald talks about her experience in Mexico.
Michelle Meyer is a Mexican-American who talks about the problem to find her true identity through Project "Caras de México".
Vicky Martinez Fernandez, from the University of Guadalajara, gives us an overview of her experience in Mexico.
Sofía Ramos talks about the "brain drain" in Mexico by the need to find a more efficient education in another country.
Lindsey Villaseñor talks about the culture, the traditions, colors and flavors of our Mexico.
Victor Ramos, since his perspective as a student, describe the mentality of Mexico.
Maria Antonia Domenica Haase Icaza presents her history in Mexico and how she could get a better life after arriving from another country.
Sylvia McNamee, a Canadian who resides permanently in Mexico, decided to change "milk and honey" with "beans and rice".
Elidee Hernández discusses her perception of Mexico for the Project Caras de Mexico.
Alex Gomez presents a brief look at Mexico's past, present and future through the project "Caras de Mexico".