Mexicans celebrate Dia de los Muertos in honor of their deceased loves ones. It is a ritual of love, to remember and to be joyful. For expatriates and tourists who did not grow up in Mexico, these rituals and practices might seem strange. The dead are allowed to "live" again during these days of the dead. People believe that the deceased return to their earthly homes to visit and enjoy their favorite food and drinks with their relatives and friends, during this time of year. The celebration is a connection between the earthly experience and the invisible realm . . .
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