¡Hola! from Huatulco, Mexico. What better way to celebrate being in Mexico than attending a Mexican Fiesta Folkloric show? The colorful costumes of the dancers dancing to the rhythmic Mexican beats from the band La Bamba. Following the rhythmic beats of the tamboras, the dancers twirl and flaunt their colorful skirts.
Huatulco, located on the Pacific coast in south Mexico, is a tourist destination because of the great beaches, fabulous resorts and beautiful blue waters. The region typically has 330 sunny days a year and its dry season corresponds to the cold winter months in the United States and Canada. People looking to escape those cold, gray days can find relief here under the warm Mexican sun.
Before the tourist flocked here, the only flocks were the sheep. Today wool is still gathered, processed, spun and woven using traditional methods. Even the dyes are applied in a traditional way by grinding natural materials.
Unlike many resort towns, this is actually a place where locals live. Walking around town you see the locals going about their daily activities. But you will also see many things, like sombreros, that remind you of Mexico.