We started this collaborative series taking a voyage around Asia, exploring popular destinations such as Thailand and the Philippines, and going to others less known yet very interesting, such as Kyrgyszstan. After Asia, we moved onto Africa & The Middle East to mingle with the locals, experience raw landscapes and wildlife, … more »
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They say once you arrive in Mexico you are likely to feel the Power Mexicano all the way to your bones.
We can second that – Viva Mexico!
Isla Mujeres just off the coast of Cancun is a tiny island with a few hotels. The warm tropical water and white powdery sand make it an ideal place for a short getaway. The island itself is so small that you can walk around it in about an hour. It’s … more »
As my Mom often says: “the big fish always ends up swallowing the small fish“. I’ve got to confess I hate that saying (not to the most positive message out there, right?) but when I saw this car inside a taxi in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Mexico, I couldn’t help but thinking … more »
Teotihuacan is an ancient archeological site about 1 hour outside of Mexico City. The pyramids in this city are absolutely astounding, given how well they are preserved and the fact that they were constructed around the year 100 BC. The place has amazing symmetry as you can see in the … more »
We can’t believe 2012 has come to an end! Every year I have this feeling that time went by so fast, that I could have done so much more, that there were so many plans and ideas… and somehow I didn’t fully archieve all I had in mind. Well, this … more »
Winter last year was actually summer. We spent a lot of time in Mexico, Costa Rica, and Cuba. All equatorial nations where summer and winter don’t really exist. Spending a great day at the beach during the northern winter sure feels liberating! Here’s a tribute to those wonderful days when … more »
On a balmy Sunday in Acapulco these kids sit on the beach and watch the sun setting over the bay. It’s been a great day at the beach, parents sipping mojitos and taquitos for themselves. This day should never end!
Walking around Acapulco we came upon this absolutely awesome sand sculpture! The piece celebrates the Day of the Dead in Mexico which is a very interesting festival that is a fusion of European and Native American cultures. The day is meant to honor the dead. In this picture we see … more »
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And us travelers know that, starting the day with the right combination of food and drinks, can really make a difference on your level of energy to make the most of your time! Trying different cuisines from around the world, is … more »
Who said cloudy days are not THE days?! This photo is proof that cloudy days can be as beautiful as sunny, clear sky ones. Mexico is that way: perfect with or without clouds!