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New Year’s Eve in Mexico

By Hudson, USA, December 2012

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Down past the border things get a little crazy. As the Kenny Chesney line goes, “When the sun goes down, we’ll be groovin’,” and that is just about the theme song for vacationing in Mexico during New Year’s Eve.

Mexico has long enraptured visitors with a laid-back style, easy hospitality and warm, welcoming weather. When it gets cold in the States, little is looking better than escaping to our cousins across the border to help us ring-in a hearty new year. Throughout Mexico, most Mexicans celebrate New Year’s Eve by having a large family dinner. Parties, to be sure, ensue afterwards, but what you do in Mexico during New Year’s Eve largely depends upon where you’ll be staying, though just about everywhere you’ll see fireworks, noisemakers and people in the streets yelling “Feliz Ano Nuevo!”

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Mexico Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Mexico.

Photo courtesy of Numinosity (by Gary J Wood) via Flickr.

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