‘Day of the Dead’ in Mexico: The Happiest Best-Dressed Skeletons Around!

Tomorrow in Mexico, November 2nd, is the day the skeletons come out to play.

Mexican death bench, skeleton Mariachis celebrating in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.Mexican Death Bench, skeleton Mariachis celebrating in Puerto Vallarta, MexicoCatrina, the most famous female skeleton, in a sombrero and skirt made of colourful ceramic birds.
A bright ceramic skeleton in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico These two festive skeletons celebrate the ‘Day of the Dead’ in San Angel, a suburb just outside of Mexico City. They may not be well-dressed but they sure are happy!
festive skeletons Some well-dressed skeletons…
Mexican Crafts: Some well-dressed skeletons Two skeletons with great big grins…
Two skeletons with great big grins...Traditional paper cut-out of skeletons dancing for the Day of the Dead.Paper Cut-Out of Day of the Dead Skeletons DancingAnother image of the Doña Catrina.
Doña Catrina, a well-dressed skeleton celebrating the Day of the Dead in MexicoBang, bang, you’re dead too! Come on, now we can all have some fun…A mural of a skeleton shoot out decorates the wall of Los Muertos Craft Brewery in Puerto Vallarta, MexicoThe Folk Museum in Mexico City has these endearing skeletons who are having a very good time! (photo by Sandanista).The Folk Museum in Mexico City has these endearing skeletons have a good time! (Photo by Sandanista)A band of skeletons playing instruments along with a few creatures, aided and abetted by the devil (photo by Sandanista).The Folk Museum in Mexico City has these endearing skeletons have a good time! (Photo by Sandanista)This balcony in Mexico City still bears evidence of the Day of Dead celebration.Even though we were there in April, this balcony in the City still bears evidence of the Day of Dead celebrationA mural of skeletons relaxing at the beach in Puerto Vallarta. A mural of skeletons relaxing at the beach in Puerto Vallarta, MexicoMore on Mexico. 

3 responses to “‘Day of the Dead’ in Mexico: The Happiest Best-Dressed Skeletons Around!

  1. Pingback: Cut-Paper Banners for the Day of the Dead in Mexico | Albatz Travel Adventures·

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