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10 Best Things to do in Valladolid – Mexico

10 Best Things to do in Valladolid – Mexico is a post from: LashWorldTour 10 Best Things to do in Valladolid – Mexico Valladolid is a gorgeously-restored, historic, colonial Spanish town located smack in the middle of Mexico’s Yucat...
by LashWorldTour on Aug 20, 2016

Traveling Mexico… It’s not all Taco’s and Tequila

I had the pleasure of spending 3 months traveling in Mexico in early 2016. As I boarded the plan leaving home I began my voyage with no expectations, and the only thing I was certain about was that I wanted to go absolutely everywhere except Cancun.
by WanderingTrader on Jul 25, 2016

An Unforgettable Adventure at Mexico’s Isla Espíritu Santo

There’s no doubt that, if you’re living out of a backpack, there lies adventure in every single day. When your daily routine is so far removed from the ‘traditional’ 9-5 job, each moment can be thrilling, adventurous, terrifying and hilarious...
by theplanetd on Mar 4, 2016

Yoga, Relaxation & Adventure with The Travel Yogi

Where will yoga take you? To your local class? To a rooftop studio overlooking the city? Or to a beach-side retreat of wellness and relaxation by the Caribbean Sea?  Fellow British bird Jaillan Yehia (aka. Savoir There) and I chose option three.
by Go Live Explore on Nov 27, 2015

Breaking Bad in Albuquerque

For “Breaking Bad” fans who can’t stand the wait for Season 2 of the show’s popular spin-off, “Better Call Saul,” take a trip to Albuquerque and retrace Walter White’s steps on a self-guided tour of the city’s film spots. From the fam...
by Viator Travel Blog on Oct 21, 2015

The Nickelodeon Experience at Azul Beach Resort in Riviera Maya

Have you ever wanted to vacation in a tropical destination, but your children wanted to go to a theme park? I think it happens to many parents – we want sand, surf, gourmet dining and relaxation…and the kids want action, adventure and excitement!
by OurKidsMom on Sep 10, 2015

Wednesday Words: Resfeber

I find words inspiring. Words are powerful, and words matter. But other than giving me a fleeting moment of inspiration when I find a quote I like, they’re not doing me a whole lot of good stashed in my drafts folder. So I decided to share words wi...
by World Walk About on Aug 26, 2015

Mexipreneur Travel: Marquis Los Cabos Review

Last year, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, was devastated by Hurricane Odile. The damage was extensive, totaling $1.2 Billion USD, and causing many of the hotels to close. The resilient people of Los Cabos have been working hard ever since to rebuild...
by Mexipreneur on Jun 30, 2015

Pastimes in Playa del Carmen

It is NO secret that I enjoy a journey, exploring new lands, experiencing new things.  So it should come as no surprise that every now and again I try to drag bring others along with me.  Rewind to October 2014.  Well actually it was some time pri...
by Godivaworld Travels on May 28, 2015

IBEROSTAR Paraiso Maya | Junior Suite Walk Through & Review

IBEROSTAR Paraiso Maya | Junior Suite Walk Through & ReviewThank you to IBEROSTAR for sponsoring this trip. All opinions remain my own. One of the first things I check when shopping for a place to take the family on vacation is room accommo...
by OurKidsMom on May 4, 2015

Cabo San Lucas

Travel (MP) If you want to hob-knob with the rich and famous, all the while enjoying the best of sun-filled weather, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is your destination. Cabo, a resort city on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, is known...
by MoneyPacers on May 2, 2015

The Train Was Excellent and the Scenery Was Spectacular!

We appreciate it when our guests share their stories with us and allow us to post them on our blog. Phyllis and Arnold Aho, from Marquette, MI, wrote us this short letter about their adventure in the Copper Canyon: Thanks for (arranging) our recent t...

How to Navigate the Quirky Mexico City Airport

Serving one of the most populated cities in the world, the Mexico City airport (MEX) is a sprawling, haphazard, annoying place that can throw even the most experienced travelers for a loop. As an expat that lives a few hours away in Guanajuato, IR...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Jan 28, 2015

“A New Bucket List”

We appreciate it when our guests share their stories with us and allow us to post them on our blog. Penny Mackrory and Heather Bullen, from Mogale City, South Africa, wrote us this short letter about their recent adventure in the Yucatan: Hello Dave...

Best Mexico Beach Resorts

Decisions, decisions: after a day sunning on a sparsely populated white-sand beach, does one opt for a rejuvenating chaya herb salt scrub, sundowner tequila tasting, or quiet sail around a lagoon on a traditional lancha fishing boat, watching egrets...
by Online Travel Agencies on Dec 31, 2014

Being a Beach Bum in Mexico

Our last day in Mexico we decided we wanted to do nothing other than hang out at the beach all day long and soak up the last of the warmth and sunshine. There’s nothing I love more than a beach day! While it was the perfect day, it doesn’...
by World Walk About on Sep 30, 2014

Snorkeling & Seasickness in Cabo San Lucas

After our day exploring beautiful and quaint San Jose del Cabo, we decided to venture into the “other” Cabo for a snorkeling tour. Cabo San Lucas is the better known of the two–it’s the one people are usually referring to when...
by World Walk About on Sep 23, 2014

How Teatro Degollado Almost Ruined My Vacation in Guadalajara, Mexico

Things are finally settling down now after our epic vacation to Guadalajara, Mexico specifically for El Encuentro Internacional del Mariachi y la Charrería and to see the beautiful state of Jalisco (the birthplace of tequila). Looking back, our wee...
by El Scott Harrell on Sep 21, 2014

Sun, Art & Exploration in San José del Cabo

After a couple of days of lounging around the resort like beach bums, we started to get bored. So we hopped on a locals bus into San José del Cabo for a day of exploring. After being waited on hand and foot and living a life of luxury for two days,...
by World Walk About on Sep 17, 2014

Bienvenidos a México!

When we decided to go to Mexico, we did so because we knew we needed a real vacation–a true lay on the beach, bum at the pool, sipping drinks kind of vacation. We don’t often travel that way–we like to do things like explore new tow...
by World Walk About on Sep 10, 2014


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