Top 15 Best Mexico Beach Destinations If you love relaxing on a white, sandy beach listening as the water hit the shore, you have just come at the right place. In our article today, we are going to talk about the best 15 beaches in Mexico. Many travelers consider the Caribbean region as the Holy […]
With only a couple of weeks left in Mexico, I thought that it was about time to visit Uruapan to see Volcán Paricutin, the volcano sometimes known as ‘the world’s youngest volcano’. We finished work on Friday evening and headed home for tacos with our friends. At 9pm, we headed for the bus station ready […]
Before it even started, we knew Friday (day 102) was going to be a long day of travel. This didn’t bother us too much though, that night we were going to be meeting up with Chloe and Chris! We started the day with a quick and delicious homemade breakfast at the hostel before we bid […]
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 […]
VAMOS A CELEBRAR Today is Cinco de Mayo. It is sometimes mistakenly thought of as a major Mexican holiday; it is, rather, a celebration of Mexican heritage and pride by people of Mexican descent living mostly in the United States – and, of course, non-Mexicans looking for an excuse to drink tequila. In Mexico, […]
Chocolate and guacamole, what more could you want?
[:en]Hello travellers! Alex is writing a great article for you from his trip to Cambodia, get ready for it! In the meantime, I will share with you the second main important cities in Mexico. Not Cancun, Mexico City and Los Cabos. There are actually More! Here our top 3. Guadalajara, Jalisco Four hours away […]
Valle de Bravo combines historic charm with adventure tourism.
Iztaccíhuatl, the 4th highest peak in Mexico, is called “White Woman” because its overlapping cones resemble a woman lying on her back. This is my trip report of our summit attempt.
Oaxaca city is full of markets, as is the surrounding region. You can get pretty much anything at them and vendors will poke fried insects at you to try. If this is one of your last stops and you want some random stuff and presents for home I definitely suggest grabbing some stuff here. Across […]