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Riviera Maya Photo of the Day – Noche Buena

Posted December 2, 2013 by Kay Walten in Enviroment,Mexican Culture,Riviera Maya Photos

Christmas in the Riviera Maya

Did you know that poinsettias are native to Mexico? The plant is known in Mexico as “Noche Buena”, meaning Christmas Eve.

Get our holiday recipe for Mexican sangria.

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