Just over a week ago, we crossed the threshold from Spring into Summer. Up here in the northern hemisphere this means we are looking forward to longer days and warmer … Continue Reading July 2020 Wallpaper
Today we are going to take an adventure under the sea, exploring one of the most beautiful destinations on Cozumel. The island has some of the most amazing underwater attractions … Continue Reading Snorkeling at Chankanaab Beach
One of the wildest places on Cozumel is the north side. It is remote and difficult to get to, which only adds to its charm. The main “highway” which loops … Continue Reading ATV Trip to Cozumel’s North-East Side Mayan Ruins
Travel Journal #18 Across the world, businesses are slowly starting to wake up from the coronavirus hibernation, beginning the long process of reopening. This will be a challenging time for … Continue Reading Is Cozumel open yet?
There are few things better than a good sunset at the end of a long day. It’s like adding an exclamation point at the end of an adventure. If you … Continue Reading Sunsets on Cozumel – vol. 3
We spent the fall of 2019 backpacking through the colonial heartland of Central Mexico. Part of our adventure included a trip to Norma’s hometown of Tepechitlán, Zacatecas. It is located … Continue Reading Tepechitlán, Zacatecas
Travel Journal #17 We’ve decided that today would be a good day to share some positivity with the world. It’s been a long two and a half months for everyone. … Continue Reading Travel around the Neighbourhood – part two.
Mexico City has many great attractions. As a tourist, it is a fun place to explore because you never know what to expect. It’s difficult to stand out against the … Continue Reading MAP – Museo de Arte Popular
Travel Journal #16 Many places around the world are about to slowly start lifting restrictions on the movement of people as we transition into a new normal. We’ve been in … Continue Reading Travel around the Neighbourhood
Jalisco State is an exporter of culture and importer of tourists. Tequila, Mariachi and sombreros, are all synonymous with Mexico. It makes sense that Jalisco would have a slice of … Continue Reading Puerto Vallarta
Riviera Nayarit was our last big adventure before lockdown. Located along the Pacific Coast and Bahía de Banderas to the west and the Sierra Occidental to the east, the setting … Continue Reading Riviera Nayarit
Mexico has a unique mix of cultures and traditions that change every time you cross state lines. The history of the country is much the same, both before and after … Continue Reading 9 Incredible Museums we visited in Central Mexico
Mexico City is a destination with many different attractions for any type of tourist. It is an incredible city. You may be tempted to visit by the museums, culture or … Continue Reading Mercado Roma
If Mexico City was a person it would be described as cool and confident. This is the big city. There is so much culture and history to unravel and incredible … Continue Reading Museum of National History (Mexico City)
Chapultepec Castle is the centerpiece of an incredible urban park located in the heart of Mexico City. This incredible green space is the perfect place to escape the madness of … Continue Reading Chapultepec Castle
Cholula is a small town located just outside of Puebla, Mexico and home to one of Mexico’s best kept secrets. In 1594, the Spanish built the Sanctuary of the Virgin … Continue Reading Pyramids & Pueblo of Cholula