August always feels like peak summer in the northern hemisphere. This is partly because growing up it was the last month before going back to school. It was time to … Continue Reading August 2020 Wallpaper
Most people just don’t move to Mexico for a few months to work at a brewery. Brewing craft beer in the Caribbean wasn’t even a dream of mine. It was … Continue Reading Brewing my first beer in the Caribbean
Long before either of us arrived on the Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen was a small fishing village. Its main attraction used to be the ferry terminal to Cozumel. We … Continue Reading Playa del Carmen
Travel Journal #20 The two of us have had many incredible adventures as we have traveled along the road of life. Three and a half years ago, our two roads … Continue Reading Getting married in Mexico during a pandemic
Cozumel has been our home for two years now, and we have enjoyed our time here immensely. The island is full of beautiful people and friendly landscapes. While there are … Continue Reading Exploring the Underwater World of Cozumel
Mexico injects art into every day life. Anyone who has ever traveled to Mexico will remember the abundance of incredible murals painted onto the walls throughout the cities. It transcends … Continue Reading Riviera Maya Street Art – vol. 4
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
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.
Hello travelers of the world! We hope everyone is keeping those travel dreams alive! As travel restrictions are slowly lifting around the world, we know you will able to fulfill … Continue Reading June 2020 Wallpaper
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 plans for 2020 have been put on hold, but that doesn’t mean that we’re not still thinking about traveling the world. There are many of us who are missing … Continue Reading Another 50 Travel Quotes that Inspire Us
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