Our trip to Mitla was simply a 30 minute stop on our way to “Hierve El Agua” from Oaxaca City. The whole trip was about two hours Southeast, upp the high valleys. We decided the best way to explore on our own schedule was to rent a car. Which is recommended ifContinue reading “Geometric patterns found in the “Place of Death””
Discover a magical faraway place filled with unique stories and a small mystical pyramid that’s sits high above the rainforest of Morelos, Mexico.
Another spontaneous trip to Mexico was exactly what I needed. And only four perfect days in Ensenada Mexico helped me learn more about myself & the impact my little getaway had on my well-being.
Tijuana has been remaking itself into a more modern and hip destination for tourists and even locals! The city has recently been thriving in food and culture that is trendy yet experimentive enough for Americans to distinguish. Honestly I don’t see how anyone can neglect this city, it has so much potential. Lately, it’s been my little getaway, only a couple hours away and I can do so much with so little!
Tulum is a small town in Quintano Roo which makes it very easy to get around. One of the best ways to get places in Tulum is with a bike. Here are some places you can visit in Tulum that are very accessible with a bike.
I’ve been in Mexico for almost two months now exploring the beautiful country and everything it has to offer. After expierencing all the touristy sites that Mexico is known for, I thought I’d share the most important/cool ones with you.
It felt like I walked into a fairytale filled with billions of Monarch butterflies! El Roasario Reserve is so awe-inspiring!
Mexico Travel Diary III. On November 2nd, I visited Coyoacan in Mexico City. Coyoacan is translated to be the “place where Coyotes abound.” THERE is where I found SO many restaurants, theaters, markets, churches, museums and a great deal of local vendors selling everything from sugarskulls to freshh flowers!! The town held a huge eventContinue reading “Day of the Dead in Coyoacan Mexico!!”
Did you know that Mexico City has a gigantic castle sitting in the middle of its largest park?
Exploring the most significant attraction of Coba included climbing a very steep 120-foot high pyramid! It was not an easy climb…