Surfing @ http://www.mexicoviapacifico.com: The best surf spots are hidden, and the only way to find them is through word of mouth from other surfers. So make friends quickly and you will be rewarded with tasty waves. Pacifico is your friend.
http://www.10000rockets.com Every great invention starts with a simple drawing. To celebrate the launch of the Delta II Rocket with Bing we asked 10,000 kids to draw the rocket of tomorrow.
The Egos @ http://www.entertheegos.com. MC'd by Judah Friedlander and sponsored by Bing. The Egos Ping Pong Tournament at SPiN NYC.
The historical center of Mexico is, naturally, where the biggest Día de la Independencia celebration goes down. Make a few new friends, make a lot of noise.
When the waves are less than stellar, we’ve got a good back-up plan. Hit the concrete surf on four wheels and the only thing you’ll miss is the sand in your boardshorts.
They don’t look like much. In fact, they look like pesky little weeds. But verdolagas (or pursulane) are tasty little bites bursting with omega-3s and all kinds of stuff that does a surfer good.
For the times when you can’t pluck a fish out of the sea ceviche is the next best thing. Barely cook your catch by tossing it in some lime juice, some vegetables, and try to remember the last time you tasted anything with more fresh-from-the-sea flavor.
A warmer climate does not necessarily ensure a friendlier bee. In fact, Mexican bee stings are a little spicier than the ones you’re used to, so steer clear.
Swim to the bottom of the ocean, snatch up handfuls of slimy seaweed, and call it a meal. Some amazing free seafood from a few generous local fishermen makes it a legitimate feast.
There’s a reason cacti have insanely sharp spines – they don’t want you figuring out how delicious they are. Nopales are succulent treats that can be used in a wide variety of dishes. That is, if you’ve got a high tolerance for pain.