Oaxaca is one of the most artistic cities in Mexico. The town square is colorful and will take you on a journey through the artistic history of this city. The streets are covered in eye catching graffiti. Street art is one of my favorite forms of art. If it’s good, … more »
Hierve el Agua is a cascade in a remote mountain in Oaxaca, Mexico. Although the name literally translates into “the water that boils” it doesn’t actually look like its waters are boiling. The small streams of water that flow down the mountains are warm, but what makes the place unique … more »
Massive burger spotted in Metepec, Mexico. This king size burger was on sale alongside lesser mortals such as tacos and burritos. Scrunchy lettuce, tomatoes, chicken, ham and more! Delicious! The pure delight on Mr Chef’s face is evident. Unfortunately we didn’t capture the spectators smiles in this shot! Squeeze that … more »
This is something that we found a lot of people were quite clueless about. Hence this post to help out all the folks looking to visit this amazing place! We were staying in an apartment the middle of Oaxaca town and needed to get to Hierve el agua. Hierve el … more »
Standing lonely and tall at the edge, petrified like the waterfall it overlooks. It’s freezing, but the water is warm and welcoming. Bubbling up from the heart of the mountain – these hot springs at Hierve el Agua in Oaxaca, look like an infinity pool. Impressive!