Luis Miguel lives around Lagos de Montebello in Chiapas, and we found him in the street offering his services as a guide to some cave. One comes to this location to see the lakes, take a boat ride and walk around. There is no mention to such cave in the guide … more »
From Mexico all the way down to Patagonia. That’s the plan and we want you to join us!
Go straight to a country of your choice or let us take you anywhere in Latin America with the stories below.
Sometimes the moment gives meaning to a picture. Like the first time that you see the Pacific. The largest ocean on our blue planet. To quote a singer and a poet, it did look like a thousand diamonds. The water is warm and wonderful!
She walks along a street in Central Havana. It’s Wednesday, time to collect the government rations. The streets are smoky because of the old cars. She walks swiftly to get to her destination. She likes her yellow slippers. They’re sunny!
When one thinks of Mexican landscapes, the first thing that probably comes to mind is a dry terrain populated by cactus (thank Hollywood for that, by the way). Alternatively, one could also think about the transparent waters and white sands of the Mayan Riviera. I have written times before how … more »
Follow that car! In Cuba your transportation options are quite interesting! Due to a shortage of vehicles, regular cars often double up as cabs. Blue, smoky and noisy! Truly a trip back to the 60s!
Mexican Cuisine is world famous and many people appreciate its spicy and rich flavored dishes. No wonder the culinary experience was one of the highlights of our Mexican travels. Around the world, people tend to know tacos, burritos, nachos and guacamole as representative of the gastronomy of this country. I … more »
I can’t believe that after a little more than one month our stay in Mexico has come to an end! We sure made the most out of our time in Mexican lands and enjoyed such a variety of places and activities. We truly love Mexico and could even consider living … more »
The visa for Cuba is rather controversial since there isn’t much information about it on the internet. So here’s my attempt at dispelling all doubts regarding entry requirements into Cuba for Indians. We travelled to Cuba in January 2012. Since we flew in from Mexico, we were able to purchase … more »
You might look at this plate and think: “bahh… doesn’t look like much“. It might not appear to be that special or that involved lots of preparation and care in the making, right? But still, in more then 4 weeks around different states of Mexico, this single plate was my … more »
You know you are in Mexico when even a package of Lays chips (locally called Sabritas) comes with a sachet of hot sauce! In Mexico, all meals are served with at least one sauce and, more commonly, with a variety of hot flavors for you to season to your taste. … more »