Because this city is different.
Cockfighting is a bloody fight between two roosters, called gamecocks, in a ring called a cockpit. It is really popular all over Mexico, and in a city like Culiacán, it ends mixed up with high-end bets and over-staged manliness.
Culiacán is not a touristic city despite what the Tourism board tries to promote, and the only thing a foreigner could be interested in seeing, besides the prolific… Read more “Culiacán sunsets II – Atardeceres de Culiacán”
Culiacán enjoys one the most beautiful and amazing sunsets I’ve ever seen, each and every day of the year. At dusk, the sky is dyed in a… Read more “Culiacán sunsets – Atardeceres de Culiacán”
Daily life in Culiacán can be tedious. There’s nothing much to see, nothing much to do, but sometimes, something amazing happens, and this time it was a world class kick-ass DJ: Paul Van… Read more “Paul Van Dyk live in Culiacán”
Crammed between the parked cars in Culiacán‘s downtown you’ll find many street hawkers and wheeled carts selling from tacos to CDs, even fresh seafood, either to eat on the… Read more “Spicy Fresh Fruit Cocktail (I) – Coctel de fruta preparada”