When they hear the name Quiroga, Mexicans naturally think of carnitas!
Santa Fe de la Laguna
Today we visit Santa Fe de la Laguna, the oldest village in Michoacán.
A visit to the Sistine Chapel? No need to leave Mexico!
Little Cholula, home to the world's largest pyramid!
Want a lovely Pueblo Mágico with lots of color? Then you want to visit Atlixco!
Come visit the city that originated mole poblano, Talavera tiles, and Cinco de Mayo.
Come explore one of the the most beautiful cities in Mexico—Guanajuato.
Come along with me to Tingambato for the annual Geranium Festival.
Cuitzeo is another lovely Pueblo Mágico located just north of Morelia.
I'd like to welcome you into my house in Morelia!
Día de los Muertos
Perhaps Mexico's most mysterious and wonderful holiday, Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is an incredible time of year.
My New (Temporary) Home in Morelia
It's been now two weeks in Mexico, and I can't believe I'm finally here!
Rather than just leave you hanging back in México, I wanted you to accompany me through my last 24 hours in Morelia and the trip back home.
I can't believe that I've reached the end of my fourth week in Morelia—the time has passed so quickly!
As I continue to make my way around the city, I find even more wonderful things to see. Come along with me for week three.
This week we continue to explore the city of Morelia and the customs and practices of México.
I've been in Morelia just a few days, but wanted to provide an update on my journey so far...