Pat meets a local man who has an ancient ruin on his property protected by mythical creatures, and the Mayan family running a nearby ecolodge. At a local cenote, Pat swims in the clear blue waters of a pool once used by Mayans for human sacrifice, and chats with the men and women keeping ancient Mayan crafts alive through intricate embroidery. He discovers that Mayans believe strongly in a connection between generations.
Patrick Abboud meets the people who are changing the face of Mexican life and busting stereotypes around food, music and machismo.
Patrick Abboud meets some of the passionate pilgrims who walk for miles on their knees in devotion at the Fiesta of the Virgin of Guadalupe.