Joined by his wife and business partner Rocio Montaño, Nick Fong and their two children celebrate El Dia de los Muertos – The Day of the Dead at at El Huerto Farm to Table restaurant in Cabo. They are there with the entire Ronival Property Management team, making this a fun work event for them all. Watch the video to see Rocio speak about the significance and importance of El Dia de los Muertos in Mexico. Continue reading to discover what this celebrated Mexican tradition is all about. Then, learn a little about El Huerto Farm to Table, where this event is held.
What goes into this Mexican celebration?
See how Rocio shares that El Dia de los Muertos is a day that involves those who have passed away. To explain, relatives, friends, and important people who have departed this world before us are remembered and celebrated. She states that people in Mexico who participate in this tradition believe that those deceased loved ones come and visit during this event. In addition, she refers to this event as a beautiful gathering to share their life and beautiful times they shared together when they were here.
The celebration of El Dia de los Muertos
Celebrated on November first and second every year, there is a different significance for each of these two days. On November first, children who have passed are remembered. Rocio says that these children come back as little angels to celebrate this day with the living. November second is when the adults who have passed show up for the festivities.
The center piece of this celebration is an altar, referred to the person that it is dedicated. Those who attend this celebration come dressed up in special clothes and makeup called a Catrina, which is one of the strongest and most recognizable parts of this celebration.
The ceremony and setting of El Dia de los Muertos
Watch as the ceremony and the setting of this celebration are shown in the video. Photos of the deceased are used along with pieces of art and candles that represent the setting of El Dia de los Muertos. Next, watch as the details about the altar are shown. See just how it represents the levels that are passed through by the spirits of the those who have passed.
Offered at the altar are food and drink that are for the spirits of the deceased. As it is believed, the food and drink that is offered looses its flavor following their consumption by these spirits. Following that in the video, other elements like skulls made from sugar and salts are placed at the altar with special significance. Therefore, be sure to watch the video to see many of the small, yet significant elements that all go into this traditional event in Mexico.
See El Huerto Farm to Table Restaurant
Recently opened in October of 2020, El Huerto Farm to Table restaurant hosts about 300 people. That may seem like a lot, but this is just right after you consider the exquisite beauty of the setting and the outstanding quality of their well-prepared food. As such, you just won’t find anything quite like the delicious cuisine made from the freshest produce around.
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You will find arts and crafts for sale and live food vendors on site at some of their. And what stands out the most is that everything there is local. When you visit, enjoy an authentic Cabo experience every time at El Huerto Farm to Table Restaurant. The owners Victor and David look forward to meeting you when you show up.
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