Big, lively and full of life: the capital of Mexico is an exciting and delicious place to visit. Here is how to explore it without breaking the bank. Accommodation There are plenty of choices when it comes to accommodation in Mexico City and budget options abound. You can find … more »
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Whether you are a culture vulture, sports enthusiast, an amateur anthropologist, or simply a lover of wandering walks, Mexico City has something for you. Beyond the more famous attractions of the Centro Historico, the options just keep growing. Get Cultured at the Museums The museums in Mexico City definitely … more »
Mexico city is a great travel destination. Huge with a variety of activities, it has pretty much anything a capital city could offer to citizens and visitors alike. Budget travelers won’t have a hard time getting around the city. Having a reduced budget here doesn’t mean having any less fun. … more »
The ease of transportation and international number of travelers increases exponentially every year. No wonder serious questions are being raised regarding the impact travelers can have on the environment. People travel to Playa del Carmen for its natural appeal, for the beauty of its Caribbean beaches, and for the renowned … more »
While in Concepcion, Chile we decided to drive south for a few kilometers to visit an abandoned coal mine in Lota. The coal mine starts at the shore and then goes under the ocean. The mine was abandoned due to political disagreements, but there are tours that take you down … more »
Somewhere in the middle of the massive Lake Titicaca, a group of about 50 islands have been man made. Built entirely of reed, they float, constituting the villages and towns of around 5000 people. Including this little girl, whose face cheeks are dry and burnt from over exposure to the … more »
When a destination is touristic, it is hard to get off the beaten path. Heading somewhere alternative is not about being cool or bragging that you’ve done something different. It is about stepping away from the obvious, doing something that relates to the essence of the place, and ultimately, enriches … more »
Back when we were in Peru we made a trip through Arequipa all the way to the Colca Valley. The Colca Canyon is famous in Peru and is more than twice as deep as the Grand Canyon in the USA. Maybe it needs to be renamed the Grandest Canyon to … more »
These days, it’s often hard to understand what things really look like. Colors are adjusted, filters are added, and things are clone stamped out, amongst various other atrocities. (and yes, we are guilty of that too!) Photos look instagrammed and over saturated more often than not. But it’s time for … more »
Rio de Janeiro is an incredibly beautiful city. It’s a city so full of life and culture that it’s easy to get lost amongst it’s winding roads, colorful alleys, and great beaches. There are little hills just rising out of the ocean and small patches of land connecting different areas … more »