In Pictures: All The Colours Of San Cristobal De Las Casas, Mexico — Home Is A Feeling

Occasionally, necessity drives our decisions. That’s how southern Mexico became a last minute stop on my journey through Central America. After a long stint in the C-A4 block – made up of a political agreement between Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua – I needed to leave to renew my tourist visa. It’s a well […]

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Aztec Empire — Rough Diplomacy

The Valley of Mexico is part of the central highlands. At the low point ,there is Lake Texococo that made life sustainable in the generally dry climate. About 600 A.D. the empire of Teotihuacán was overthrown-sacked and its grand buildings burned around this time,but refugees find a new home on the southern shore of Lake […]

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MX: The One(s) in Mexico – A Wonder and Cenotes (Day Twelve, Thirteen, & Fourteen) — A Weary Traveller

Ah, the last post. The last adventures of Mexico. A complete two-week cycle. My inner OCD is content. There had, for the lack of a better term, been a large build-up to our penultimate day adventuring (I disregard the last day – day fourteen – mainly for the reason that it was spent in the […]

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