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What about a beach bag for every occasion?

Cancun, Cozumel, Puerto Vallarta, el Cabo, are just a few of the most beautiful beaches in Mexico. I have been in all of them but my favorite is another very well known located in Riviera Maya, named Playa del Carmen. Have you been there?   When traveling is very difficult to decide which kind of beach bag is the ideal to bring with us, some of them are ideal for the pool, others for carrying the large hotel towels, and others just to look nice when going out for a dinner. Of course, my recommendation will be a MexiMexi Bag, but because this post is intended to be impartial I will leave only this nice image, and let you decide your...

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Plaza Saltillo

Last weekend, my husband, who plays Flamenco guitar as a hobby (but really really well), invited me to watch him perform in Plaza Saltillo.  Plaza Saltillo is a train station in downtown Austin, surrounded by Mexican and eclectic shops and restaurants. Even that I have been living in this city for many yeas, it was my first time visiting this area, and I really enjoyed it. Before my husband's performance, a person was on the stage giving a speech about Mexican rugs, Oaxaca traditions, shamans, Cactus, spirits, emotions.... all these words captured my attention instantly! His name is Samuel Beautysta, and he is a Zapotec Mexican rug weaver, who travels around the world showcasing his art, his very very Mexican Rugs and...

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Behind MexiMexi

MexiMexi bags are the most fun, colorful, friendly and reliable Mexican bags. Made from 100% recycled plastic, each bag is carefully designed and hand-woven. It takes us around 1 - 2 days (depending of size and pattern) to transform that plastic in a beautiful bag. There are 3 qualities of plastic, but we only choose the best one so each bag can be extremely resistant, glowing and durable. (Have you notice why some bags shine and some others not?) Designing a MexiMexi bag is one of our favorites activities, the combination of more than 15 patterns with more than 35 colors, allows to create unique Mexican bags.  Weaving a MexiMexi bag is similar to knit a scarf, we need our needle, but ours is...

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