Mexico

Mexico _My Favorites [2/5]

Baños Termales de Ojocaliente, Mexico

2020/4/1    

Staffs at the airport said hello to me in Japanese. Aguascalientes is famous for Nissan’s one of most important manufacturing plants in Latin America.

Mexico _My Favorites [2/5]

Ixtapan de la Sal (Parque Acuático), Mexico

2020/4/1    ,

For most Mexican people, a hot spring may mean a water park where the whole family can enjoy. Visit one of the largest water parks utilizing hot springs in Latin America.

Mexico _My Favorites [3/5]

Hotel Agua Blanca, Mexico

It is about an hour’s drive from Mariposa Monarca Preservation to the superb hot spring resort. There are must-see pools with beautiful gradation utilizing the mineral water rich in iron.

Mexico _My Favorites [1/5]

Balneario Municipal de Tonatico, Mexico

2020/4/1    , ,

It is a kind of devastating experience to see many people soaking in a pool fed by the rich brownish water. What drives Mexican people to dip in hot springs eagerly?

Mexico _My Favorites [2/5]

Baños Medicinales del Peñón, Mexico

2020/4/1    

The hot spring is only 15 minutes’ walk from Mexico City International Airport. The nearly forgotten spring provides sacred water continuously gushing from the age of Tenochtitlan of the Aztec Empire, which is the precursor of Mexico City.

Mexico _My Favorites [1/5]

Agua Amarilla, Mexico

2020/4/1    , ,

In February 2019, the New Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador declared an end to his country's war on drugs, while bloody insurrections continue. I visited a hot spring in Michoacán, the second drug-producing state in Mexico.

Mexico _My Favorites [2/5]

Aguas Termales Nuevo Ixtlan, Mexico

2020/4/1    ,

When I ask Mexican friends for their favorite beach resorts, they are likely to answer Puerto Vallarta rather than Cancún. In the mountains behind Puerto Vallarta, there is a local favorite hot spring.

Mexico _My Favorites [3/5]

Ixtapan de la Sal (Shangri-La Spa), Mexico

2020/4/1    ,

The most luxury spa facility using the mineral water in Ixtapan de la Sal is, Shangri-La Spa. With a little modification, the Roman baths provides free-flowing water.

Mexico _My Favorites [2/5]

Los Azufres Spa Natural, Mexico

Suppose, there is a world ranking list for "Stinking Hot Springs." Definitely, this hot spring in the Mexican geothermal area will be ranked high in the list.

Mexico _My Favorites [4/5]

Ixtapan de la Sal (Balneario Municipal), Mexico

2020/4/1    ,

Shortly before sunrise, roosters crow in the cobbled streets. At a public bathhouse in Mexico, regular visitors are waiting for the opening.

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