zero hour with Erica Consuelo’s Mexico knowhow

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She breaks the stereotypes and stands with her entitlement per se sans being complacent. She is less compromising with her power to think. She exists in indigenous with her own separate identity standing out to the status quo with her sass. She has decent witty inclinations and appreciates life. She brings her own views and does things differently right from the beginning. She is feisty behind her angelic mien. Better ask for forgiveness than for permission if you do something she deems as incorrect.

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  • What is the thing between a Mexican woman and a garrulous make up kit?

The pressure of being feminine and attractive for the Mexican “macho” makes a strong relation between the Mexican woman and their make up kit. This part of the Mexican culture is changing to more equality in every way.

  • Mexico city is sinking. Your take.

All Mexican Caribbean, Palenque Chiapas and Tehotihuacan pyramids.

  • How is Day of the Dead acknowledged internationally especially when it comes to Mexico?

The rest of the world think of death in different way that Mexicans do, we laugh with death, never of her. I think that’s why this celebration has become so popular, because it represents the awesome attitude with we see death.

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  • What are your earlier memories of chocolate considering chocolate was discovered in Mexico?

I believe a little percent of the population in te world doesn’t like chocolate. I’m in this little percent! I remember tasting bitter chocolate made in Chiapas everybody was loving it and I don’t.

  • Does the world owe to Mexico for Tequila?

Yes for sure. Tequila is one of the biggest proud products that we show off to the world.

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  • How does it feel to be at the center of the Universe?

I’m glad to hear that you recognize that Aguascalientes city is not only the center of Mexico but of the Universe!!!  😀 

  • Why is cooking a Mexican cuisine considered to be a complex affair?

Because you feel in love with it while you are tasting it, but one you have to make it (cook Mexican food) that love disappear until you taste it again.

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  • What is your take on Mexican drug war and how do you think it affects travel and tourism?

Strong topic. I believe that the government accept and encourage the drug traffic, if they really want to eliminate this problem they just have to stop making alliances with ‘narcos’. This affects really bad to tourism because the people all over the world believe that here we live in constant war and dangerous and that’s a big mistake!! We live in harmony and peace.

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  • What places are on your travel wishlist outside of Mexico?

Iceland, Finland, Norway, Russia. Next summer I will be in east Europe (Polonia, Austria, Croacia, Grecia), so I can’t say that they’re in my wish list.

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Comments

  1. This is a really interesting interview. Erica seems to be an adventurous soul.

  2. Super interesting interview! One thing I didn’t know is the fact, that they have such a strong relationship to Make-Up. Now I know why 😀 Greetings Nelly

  3. I love her description of the Day of the Dead! I didn’t know much about it before reading this.

  4. I loved this interview. There are so many misconceptions about Mexico, especially that it’s not the best place to travel to. I also really liked hearing about their view of death. That it’s not necessarily something to be feared, but simply another part of life to be embraced. x

  5. Mexico is a lovely city, I would love to visit it someday.

  6. fascinating insight into Mexico from a local. I really liked it. mexico is next on my travel list.

  7. Really interesting hearing her take on things down there. And I am totally thankful to them for tequila, especially since it’s national tequila day!

  8. What an interesting interview! This makes me really want to visit Mexico one day:) and I can’t believe she doesn’t like chocolate!! Thanks for sharing:)

  9. Great interview! It has been over a decade since I visited Mexico but I would love to go back soon!

  10. What an Interesting Interview and it makes me want to go there! It’s a beautiful city and she looks adventurous

  11. Informative interview. Brings a lot to perspective. Would love to visit ‘Mehico” as they call it some day.

  12. Such an Informative post and Interesting interview such a beautiful city and she’s so adventurous

  13. This was a fun read! I love the questions you asked. They covered a variety of topics and were insightful without being too intrusive!

  14. This was a fun and such an informative review!It brings a lot of perspective! I would love to visit mexico!

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