Isla Mujeres – this little Caribbean island near Cancun is my little Mexican paradise, complete with picture-perfect palm-fringed sandy beaches and crystal clear turquoise water!
This Yucatan road trip offers a great taste of Mexico: A mix of Caribbean beaches, Maya ruins, cenotes, jungle, delicious food and authentic Mexican villages.
This week’s Polaroid features some colorful calacas in Mexico – decorated skeletons which are used to celebrate the dead and can be found all over the country.
I finally visited the Riviera Nayarit to see how it compared to my favorite region in Mexico, the Riviera Maya. I beach hopped from San Pancho to Sayulita to Puerto Vallarta…
We were recently nominated by Nicole and Cameron, the Traveling Canucks, a project which was started by Tripbase, with the goal being ‘to unite bloggers (from all sectors) in a joint endeavor to share lessons learned and create a bank of long but not forgotten blog posts that deserve to see the light of day again’. Read on for the seven we chose!
While we were staying at the beach house, we had many little geckos that were hanging out there with us – including this one, our personal favorite!
The buzz around spring break destinations has begun with internet top ten lists spouting out the usual spring break ‘hotspots’. Some people might prefer the predictable debauchery in places like Cancun, Acapulco or Panama City, but for those looking for warm weather, sunny beaches, cheap beer and, for the young ones out there, a lower drinking age, we have some alternative spring break destinations tips, after spending the past nine months traveling through Mexico and Central America…
My last stop in Mexico was the tiny island of Isla Mujeres with its picture-perfect Caribbean beaches and laid-back vibe. The perfect place for a mini vacation!
I’ve been road tripping all over the Yucatan Peninsula this past week – a trip filled with Mayan ruins, stunning beaches, loads of tacos and crystal clear cenotes!