This time round we were lucky to end up celebrating Dia de Los Muertos in Oaxaca, Mexico. It is a completely different vibe than St Miguel de Allende where we attended our first festival in 2015.Read More
Stories exploring the incredible vibrant and colourful country that is Mexico
In a small dusty road in the back of a tiny village 15km out side of Oaxaca city Mexico is a small artist workshop of Jacobo and Maria Angeles. While attending the Day of the Dead in Oaxaca city we visited this remarkable art workshop. They are producers of Zapotec […]Read More
Mexican Cowboys and Señoritas.
This is not your average cowboy rodeo event. This photo essay captures the drama of the sport Charreria best described as traditional Mexican horsemanship. It’s a fast paced sport packed with action and passion.Read More
Every year on November 1st and 2nd Mexico explodes into a festival of colours and celebration – Dia de los Muertos or the Day of the Dead. It might sound a bit bizzare and morbid for the typical Westerner but it is in actual fact over a thousand year old […]Read More
The latest travel warning for Baja was updated by the PIkiPiki Department of Stop-Being-Stupid-and-Scared in April 2016. The delay time for the update was unfortunately in part the reality of bureaucracy between the real world and this publication. Despite the alarming statistics coming out of Baja California from travellers having a whale shark of a time, we made it our mission to visit Baja to confirm the warnings.Read More