What Is Mexico Really Like? (Our New Mission)

Good afternoon amigos!

Through creating daily videos about our life here in Puerto Vallarta, we have accidentally stumbled upon a very serious topic.

That is the topic of Mexico.

The more we have traveled throughout Mexico the more we have learned that Mexico has so many unique things to offer.

An extremely rich culture full of traditions and customs.

Some of the best food in the world- full of flavor and history!

The nicest, most warm hearted people.

World class architecture.

And some of the most stunning natural beauty in the world!

We are taking on the personal mission of showing the world what Mexico is #really about. The media and movies may lead you to believe that Mexico is just deserts, donkeys, and drugs, but we all know better that.

Due to the unfortunate earthquakes of late, the world has been able to see the strength and solidarity of the people of Mexico. We hope that through our videos, blog posts, tweets, etc. that we can show this strength, beauty, and kindness of the Mexican people to the world AT ALL TIMES

Now this doesn’t mean we won’t be creating our signature goofy, punny videos. Those are here to stay.

Sorry.

We just wanted to give you an update on the vision for our channel and our purpose for creating our videos. We hope to create a blend of funny entertaining videos that are informative, and inspire others to think differently about Mexico, all the while encouraging others to have less, do more, be more.

We hope to have your support on this journey and we hope that years from now we can look back on what we all have created through our “Mexico isn’t just deserts, donkeys, and drugs” campaign!

That title is a work in progress!!

We have created a Facebook group that we will be linked in the description below for you to join. We hope this Facebook group can be a hub of ideas, articles, videos, etc. that share our common believe of VIVA MEXICO!

Thank you so much for being a part of our small, but growing community. We aren’t aiming for the largest community, but rather one that is the most connected and active.

Thank you and

Keep it Kinetic,

 

Greg and Hillary

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