CINCO DE MAYO.
Spanish for the fifth of May — it’s the time of the year when tequila and margaritas come cheap! A lot of people celebrate Cinco de Mayo but just to be clear, it is NOT the Independence Day of Mexico. Rather, it marks the victory of Mexican militia over the french army at the memorable Battle Of Puebla.
This is a popular celebration in the USA that honors the glorious victory of the Mexicans. Festivals, colorful decorations, sombreros, pinatas and the well-known Mexican hat dance are among the significant elements that make this celebration distinct. Tequila and Mexican foods are the finishing and probably the most important touches of this festive event. So, what are you waiting for?
Get your sombreros amigos, do the Mexican hat dance and raise your margaritas!
HAPPY CINCO DE MAYO, EVERYONE!